James Anderson's 'fire is always burning', says Andrew Flintoff

Former Lancashire and England cricketer Andrew Flintoff says the "fire is always burning" inside England's record Test wicket taker James Anderson.

The ex-England captain believes Anderson is "getting more skilful" and credits the seamer's "dedication".

Anderson equalled Sir Ian Botham's record of 383 Test wickets for England by dismissing West Indies' Marlon Samuels and then broke the record by taking Denesh Ramdin's wicket during the last day of the first Test in Antigua.