Ali has been in impressive form for Worcestershire
Worcestershire paceman Kabir Ali has hit out at his exclusion from the latest England Test and one-day squads.
The 27-year-old became the first player in the country last week to take 50 wickets in the County Championship.
Despite his impressive form, Ali has been overlooked prompting him to demand: "What more do I have to do to get picked?
"It's disappointing that I have not made the main squads. I feel that I am good enough."
Kabir has a strike rate of one wicket every 31 balls in 2008 but has only been rewarded with a place in the England Lions squad for two one-day games with South Africa on 14-16 August.
I deserve a little bit more than this
Worcestershire paceman Kabir Ali
"I think I have been playing well in the County Championship, the Pro40 and in the Twenty20 Cup and I deserve a little bit more than this.
"But beggars can't be choosers and if I keep going who knows?
"I have to make the most of this chance and hopefully show the selectors what I can do."
Meanwhile, Worcestershire have extended the deadline for in-form opener Stephen Moore to make a decision on his future.
Five counties have given 28-days notice of approach to speak to Moore, including Sussex and Essex.
Moore became the first player in the country to score 1,000 county runs in 2008 last week.