HARROW ace Beth Morgan has vowed to sign off her summer in style after England claimed their fourth straight series win against India.
The 26-year-old of Churchfield Close is still yet to feature with bat or ball against the Indians as England took the series with two further wins at Taunton and Arundel.
Claire Taylor was the hero in both hitting 29 to guiding England to a eight wicket victory in the third ODI before smashing an unbeaten 56 in the following seven wicket win.
England had already seen offNew Zealand in March and the West Indies and South Africa this summer but with one ODI still to play Morgan insists her best is yet to come.
"I'm really pleased we made it 4-0 in the series and it's all thanks to the ground staff because the weather hasn't been great recently," she said. "The team is performing so well and the top order seems to be scoring the runs and while it isn't great for me but it is fantastic for the team.
"They may be scoring the runs but I'm happy just to be a part of this team. I am waiting to step in and take my chance if and when I am needed.
"I am still getting to be with the team in the middle and I would like to think I am playing a key role despite not always batting."
Former Nower Hill School pupil Morgan kicked her heels after rain washed out England's only sandwiched Twenty20 encounter against India at Taunton.
But with places in next year's ICC 50-over World Cup still up for grabs - the Middlesex ace insists she won't be putting her feet up when England begin their winter preparations.
"It has been a great season but I am now focusing on the task ahead," she added.
"There are loads of things I am working on to improve my game, the hard work never stops."
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