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England batsman Andrew Strauss insists he has recaptured the mental fortitude required for Test match cricket.
The Middlesex left-hander scored a timely century against a New Zealand Select XI in England's final warm up match before the first Test on Tuesday.
It was his first century for the country since scoring 116 against Pakistan at Headingley in August, 2006 and gives him a great chance of being selected for the first Test at Seddon Park.
Having gone 25 Test innings without a century the opener now feels he is ready for a return to the international scene.
"I felt I needed a score to justify the faith that was put in me, more than anything," said Strauss, who hit 15 boundaries in his 241 minutes at the crease.
"You can put yourself under too much pressure as well, so I wasn't losing sleep at night or anything.
"It's one of those things where you need to transfer what's going on in the nets out into the middle and have the right mindset. I managed to get that a little bit better over the last couple of days.
"It just needs you to be mentally right and I think that's the only thing that wasn't quite right previously and I got into a better mental state for that innings and it was good to see some runs on the board."
Ian Bell also scored a century as England ground out a draw, which means Michael Vaughan and Paul Collingwood are the only members of the top six not to have scored a half-century in the warm up matches.
Strauss added: "It's so crucial early on a tour to get time in the middle. We've been on tours previously where batsmen have struggled in tour games and then you're almost playing catch up once the Test match comes along.
"It's good that I got some runs and that Belly got some runs as well and hopefully the other guys will make hay once they get into the Test match.
"Maybe we weren't as sharp as we could have been at the start of this game and we paid the price for it, but it was good to see as the game wore on that we learned from our mistakes and got better and better as the game wore on - hopefully we can take that momentum into the first Test match."