Alex Hughes is looking forward to Derbyshire’s return to red-ball action as the county prepares to face Glamorgan in the Specsavers County Championship on Sunday.
Derbyshire have made a strong start in the four-day competition, winning their opening round match against Durham and battling for a hard-fought draw in Bristol against Gloucestershire.
Hughes has enjoyed a positive start himself, recording an unbeaten century in the draw at Bristol and he is now hoping Derbyshire can continue their red-ball form.
Hughes said: “I think all the boys are really excited and can see something special possibly happening this year, but we know there’s a lot of cricket to go.
“We’ve only played two games so it is very early to say but a lot of positive signs have come out of those two games.
“All the boys are raring to go and looking to win more games for Derbyshire. It has been a good start to the year so why not win a few more games.”
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