Jos Buttler is determined to demonstrate England's continued strength in the T20 World Cup following a disappointing performance in the 50-over World Cup, which left their pride wounded. Despite their underwhelming display in India, the England team, led by Buttler, is gearing up for a decisive four-match T20 series against Pakistan. Subsequently, both teams will participate in the tournament in the West Indies and the United States.

Buttler acknowledges the setback in India and the impact it had on the team's morale. However, he emphasizes the importance of moving forward and embracing the upcoming opportunity in a different format. With a fresh perspective, the team is poised to redeem themselves in the West Indies and aims to make a strong impression once again as defending champions.

Speaking about prioritizing national commitments over the Indian Premier League, Buttler stresses the significance of unity and collective preparation, especially ahead of a World Cup. He advocates for aligning international cricket schedules to avoid conflicts with the IPL, emphasizing the paramount importance of representing England at the highest level.

England's squad faces challenges with certain players being unavailable for the initial fixture due to injuries. The return of Jofra Archer after a prolonged absence is met with cautious optimism, and Buttler highlights the need to manage expectations regarding the talented bowler's comeback.

Amidst personal commitments, Buttler remains committed to his family and acknowledges that family responsibilities take precedence. In his absence, Moeen Ali is prepared to assume leadership responsibilities, demonstrating the team's depth and adaptability.

As the T20 World Cup approaches, England is gearing up to defend their title, commencing their campaign against Scotland in Barbados on June 4.