Ollie Pope says he is “ready to head” if selected for England’s 2nd Test against South Africa which starts on Friday.
The Surrey batsman has recovered from the sickness which dominated him out of the critical-Test defeat in Centurion.
The sickness has now affected 11 avid gamers within the camp.
Pope, who hit hisfirst century for Englandin a warm-up sport against South Africa A earlier in December, says his sport is in a “merely remark”.
“Or now not it’s now not truly my shout, but when I obtain the nod I’ll be ready to head,” he educated BBC Radio 5 Stay.
Opener Dominic Sibley is themost modern England playerto be tormented by sickness on the tour.
Pope, Chris Woakes and Jack Leach disregarded the opening 107-stride defeat, while captain Joe Root, Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes spent damage day the realm.
Stuart Tall and Jofra Archer disregarded every warm-up video games, and Joe Denly and Fee Wood occupy furthermore been sick.
Nonetheless Pope says he has been feeling better since the weekend.
“It can now not occupy come at a worse time truly with the Test match but fortunately I am feeling alright now,” he mentioned.
“I was extra feverish and for the critical two days I good stayed in mattress. I doubtlessly caught it off Tall and Jofra, but there’s been just a few diverse signs flying about.
“Or now not it’s now not supreme, but that stuff occurs, it swept through rather noteworthy the whole of camp.”
England traipse to Cape Town on Tuesday with Craig Overton and Dom Bess remaining with the squad after being known as up as hide.