I scored 86 against Pakistan in an ODI at The Oval in 2003. I didn't make a ton but I felt like I could do absolutely anything that day. I felt like I could hit the ball wherever I liked. It was one of those days where it was like, "God, I'm invincible today."
It'd have to be after the Ashes in 2005. When else? Winning that series was such an amazing achievement and everything that followed was just great. Going round London, and meeting the Queen was incredible. It was one of those things where you just have to sit back, take it in and enjoy it.
Duncan Fletcher was very good for me. He developed my game and always backed me. I always felt I had his support. The pair of us seem to connect well.
Kevin Pietersen can do some stunning things. It'd have to be him.
Shane Warne. He's just a genius with the ball in hand. He will always be one of a kind, chirping away, doing whatever he likes with the ball.
The cover drive.
One and a half. For no technical reason other than the fact it's comfy.
I'd tell him to train harder and work harder.
It's a mug's game, isn't it? (laughs) I enjoyed bowling but it takes its toll on the body, so I had to hang the bowling boots up.
If you bowl left-arm spin from over the wicket, to a right-handed batsman, and drift down leg, it shouldn't be a wide.
Neil McKenzie. He's a fruit cake! He always had to have the cups in a certain place. The toilet seat had to be in a particular position too. Us cricketers are a superstitious bunch and he was worse than anyone.
Anthony McGrath. I played with him a few times for England and he's hilarious. It was always a laugh with him around.
Ashley Giles. The pair of us are good mates. Some people used to mistake us for one another, too. We were like brothers.
Golf. A lot of cricketers play a lot of golf and I'm one of those.
Paul Collingwood is a very, very good player.