Finn: You never want to look too far ahead

England bowling hero Steven Finn says the Three Lions will not look to far ahead as they stand on the brink of victory after two days of the third Ashes Test against Australia at Edgbaston.

Finn, playing in his first Test in two years, recorded figures of five for 45 as Australia were tottering on 168 for seven at stumps, a lead of only 23 runs.

The fast bowler, who is only playing in this match because of an injury to Mark Wood, says the bowlers have to do go out on Friday and finish off the job.

After the day's play Finn said: "We knew there was a lot of hard work to do today, so to get that lead and then put that pressure on as group of bowlers was fantastic.

"It's been a while since I played Test cricket so to get a five-for on my game back feels fantastic. My first over went for 14 but after that I settled in well and bowled some decent balls.

"You never want to look too far ahead, there was a sniff at one stage but they played well in the middle of the innings. There's still pressure on us, we've got to do a professional job tomorrow."