London: The Indian Premier League (IPL) has helped English cricket grow, feels batsman Jos Buttler, admitting that the cash-rich T20 tournament is the best in the world after the ICC World Cups.
Butler said he was desperate to be a part of this IPL, which now has been indefinitely suspended owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The World Cup-winning England wicketkeeper batsman, has been a part of two franchises in the IPL.
After playing for Mumbai Indians in the 2016-17 season, Buttler moved to Rajasthan Royals in 2018.
"There's no doubt that it (IPL) has helped English cricket grow and the numbers of players who were involved in the last few years," Buttler said in the BBC Podcast 'The Doosra'.
"It was something I was desperate to play. For me it's the best tournament in the world, taking out the World Cups," he added.
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