England batsman Jos Buttler says that there continue to be”places shared” from the Test side after the tourist unsatisfactory tour of the West Indies.
England have always struggled with the bat and collapsed twice in Antigua since West Indies maintained an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
The 3rd and final Test begins in St Lucia on Saturday.
“Sometimes that time away from the game and talking is just as valuable because the physical exercise,” Buttler, 28, said.
England coach Trevor Bayliss desired in order to complete the West Indies tour having a settled top-order.
However, opener Keaton Jennings was dropped by England for Joe Denly, that made 17 and six in Antigua after the Exam.
Buttler told BBC Cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew:”It’s fair to state for a little while now there has been positions shared.
“That’s an exciting location for guys outside and within the team – to be aware that there are chances to earn a real stand and state that this is where you’re personally going to nail down”
England have to produce 300 also have suffered batting collapses.
They batted for just 103.1 overs across both innings in the second Test, since they were thrashed by 10 wickets inside three days.
“International Cricket requires you adjust to requirements and that I think West Indies did that really well and we’ve been found wanting,” Buttler stated.
“Darren Bravo [who batted for five hours in Antigua] committed to putting his stall out and setting a high price on his wicket.
“That devotion to your character and staying very true to how you would like to play with the game is indeed important.”
The series defeat of england is now seen them fall from rankings.
While there are doubts over Chris Woakes and also Ben Foakes all-rounder Ben Stokes missed Thursday’s practice with a bruised right heel.
After injuring his hand while batting, Jonny Bairstow replaced Wicket-keeper Foakes throughout the West Indies innings in Antigua.
After fighting with a knee injury Warwickshire bowler Woakes has to play.