London: England off-spinner Graeme Swann said he looked forward to playing a big part in his team's push for a 4-0 whitewash of India on the final day of the fourth and final cricket Test at The Oval.
"I look forward to it, having to play a big part in a potential victory for England. It's going to be a hard day, make no bones about that. We've got seven more wickets to take and we need to get them fairly sharpish so we don't end up in a situation where we might have to bat again," Swann said at the post-match press conference after fourth day's play.
"We need to crack on in the morning in the same vein we finished tonight, because I thought we bowled really well in that last session," he said.