The much reputated and proven fast bowler of the English team Anderson who was suffering from stress fracture to his right shoulder blade which he incurred during the home series against Pakistan.
He was being ruled out of the Bangladesh tour due to his injury, but the bowler will be back against the upcoming series against India and according to the sources he is fit to play for the side
Anderson is 34 years old and has appeared for 119 test for England and mentioned about hisfitness.
"I feel fine," Anderson was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo, on Tuesday (October 4). "It's a frustrating injury where everything feels good, the rest of my body feels great, but as soon as I try to bowl I've got a bit of pain there. It's something that's going to take a few more weeks to rest and recover. I've got another scan in three weeks to see if it's healed enough for me to start bowling," he said.
Injuries are a part of the game and even after all this Anderson has worked hard for his fitness and finally made up to his team through his hard work and passion.
"I love playing the game, I love playing for England and I don't want to miss any cricket. I'm sure that the management and medical team will have different opinions to me, but we'll cross that bridge when we come to it down the line.
"I don't think my body has let me down in any shape or form," he added. "I feel as fit as I ever have, I feel very strong, the rest of my body I've been working hard on, I've done a lot of running, and I'm confident that I can come back fit."