Alastair Cook says Colin Graves' comments 'not ideal timing'

England captain Alastair Cook says the timing of comments from England and Wales Cricket Board chairman-elect Colin Graves before the Test series with West Indies was "not ideal"

Graves said there would be "some enquiries" if England did not beat the "mediocre" hosts, but the West Indies' five-wicket victory in the final Test meant the series was drawn 1-1.

Cook also said he would be happy to work with former England captain Andrew Strauss, who is set to be named as the new director of English cricket.

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