ESSEX fast bowler Jamie Porter is hoping for an England call-up ahead of this winter's tour of Sri Lanka.

The 25-year-old is finishing the domestic season in style and tormented Worcestershire in this week's Specsavers County Championship Division One clash at Chelmsford.

Essex wrapped up an an innings and 129-run victory and Porter ended the second innings with figures of four for 76, handing him match analysis of 11 for 98.

It was the second time he had claimed ten wickets in a match during his career.

“It was nice to win in that style, by an innings and in a day-three finish," he said.

“I feel like I've bowled well in the last couple of weeks, without too much reward.

“But in my head I tell myself that when you bowl well the wickets will come.

“It's always nice to see the back of (Worcestershire batsman) Joe Clarke.

"That was a big moment and a relief to get him out earlier on."

Porter would love to be part of the England squad set to tour Sri Lanka in October and November.

“I have no plans for the winter until the squads are selected," he said.

“It would be amazing to get a call for Sri Lanka and I’ll have my fingers crossed for the next 24 hours.

"I think I've put myself in a good position for a call.”

Porter was named in England's Test squad for the first Test against India in July.

However, he was not selected for the match.