The exclusion of James Anderson from his team for the West Indies tour was beyond his control. Together with the 35-year-old Stuart Board, the 39-year-old James.
He said he had reconciled and was focused on Lancashire, the county championships which kick off next month.
James said all he can do now is train and get ready for the county season and show what he's capable of, mentally and physically he can't wait to play in lancashire.
Head coach Chris Silverwood had to decide England's coaching structure and cricket director Ashley Giles and assistant coach Graham Thorpe all left their roles after Ashes' 4-0 draw.
Uncertainty about who will be in charge has left Anderson, who has scored 640 goals in 169 Tests, unclear about his international future.
Their opening home test series of 2022 will be against world champions New Zealand, starting June 2 at Lord's.
James said he had to talk, what he could. That is playing cricket and trying to work hard to get out of his abilities and will prepare his body by working out in the gym.