England hero Ryan Sidebottom claims hestill hasn't come down from the high of claiming eight wickets in hisinternational comeback against the West Indies.

The Nottinghamshire left-arm seamerrecorded match figures of 8-86 on his return to his former home ground ofHeadingley for the second npower Test last week.

And the 29-year-old admitted the match wentbetter than he could have hoped, saying: "I had confidence in myself that Icould take some wickets but not like it turned out.

"I was very happy to be told by MichaelVaughan that I'd be taking the first over, and the cheer I got from theHeadingley crowd when my name was read out to bowl the first over gave me anextra boost.

"I was able to settle into a rhythmstraight away, and tried to do the same things that have worked for me withNotts. I got the ball swinging and everything went from there.

"I'm absolutely delighted and the familyare chuffed to bit. I'm still in dreamland a bit and haven't yet come down froma high.

"But I know I really haven't achievedanything yet. It was only my second Test match and I wanted to prove to myselfI could do the job at international level.

"I've still got a long way to go yet and Iwant to win as many international caps as possible."