He's one of the most recognisable players in cricket and one of the most entertaining too.

Spinner Monty Panesar has had a stellar career in the game, playing 50 test matches for England and taking 167 wickets.

He's also had his fair share of controversial moments along the way, but now at the age of 37, he still hasn't given up on his dream of playing in the County Championship again.

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In the latest episode of About Anglia, Monty talks to ITV News Anglia's Rob Setchell and Andy Ward about what it was like to play for his country, his memories of breaking into the Northamptonshire team as a youngster and also his vision for the future of the sport.

As well as that, he also takes on some quickfire questions where he answers the eternal question of: 'Who is better, James Anderson or Stuart Broad?'