England leg-spinner Adil Rashid has signed a brand new one-year white-ball contract with Yorkshire for 2021.
Rashid’s England commitments meant he didn’t play for the county in 2020.
The 2019 World Cup winner, 32, made his debut for Yorkshire in 2006 and has gone on to play 19 Check matches, 106 ODIs and 49 Twenty20 internationals.
“It is at all times good to have him as a possible choice for us,” Yorkshire director of cricket Martyn Moxon advised the membership web site.
“He is been on the high of his recreation this summer season and put in some implausible performances.
“He is constant now at worldwide degree. There’s quite a lot of good white-ball spinners world wide however he is undoubtedly among the best.
“Any video games that he’s accessible for us, it will likely be nice to have him as a part of our staff.”
Rashid, ranked seventh on the earth within the ICC’s T20 bowler rankings, has not performed any red-ball cricket since January 2019.
“It could be good to have the ability to play within the Vitality Blast subsequent yr,” Rashid stated.
“I have never performed for some time now due to Covid and being with England, however it might be good to symbolize Yorkshire once more subsequent yr.”