London : South African pace spearhead Dale Steyn has admitted that his side have been struggling at the moment, insisting that they need ‘good guidance’ in order to be back on track ahead of their Test series against England.
The 32-year-old admitted that his side had been trying hard to fill the void left by great players like Jacques Kallis and Graeme Smith.
Steyn, who recovered from a groin injury sustained during the opening Test against India, confirmed that he would be available for all four Tests, the Mirror reported.
The right-arm bowler insisted that he was one of the fittest player of his team, adding that he would try to be at his menacing best in the forthcoming series.
South Africa, which recently suffered a humiliating 0-3 defeat in the recently concluded series against India, will aim to bounce back when they will take on England in the four-match series, starting from Saturday in Durban. (ANI)