DORSET-BORN David Payne described as a “pleasure and a privilege” his involvement with England, as he returns to the ODI squad for fixtures later this month.

The former Parley and Bournemouth paceman, who plays professionally for Gloucestershire, could feature in a three-match series against the Netherlands which starts on June 17.

The uncapped left-arm paceman has now been called up by England on three occasions.

Former Lytchett Minster School pupil Payne told the Gloucestershire website: “I’m absolutely delighted to get another opportunity to be back in the national team set up.

“It has been a pleasure and a privilege to be in that environment over the last year or so, and I can’t wait to link up with the squad next month.”

Payne has been in fine form for Gloucestershire in the T20 Blast this summer, taking 11 wickets in his past four games.

The 31-year-old produced standout figures in Gloucestershire’s six-wicket win over Kent at Bristol on Wednesday.