By Duncan Bech, Press Association
Published: 13:47 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 13:47 BST, 1 April 2019
Surrey director of cricket Alec Stewart is convinced Jason Roy can make a successful transition from one-day to Test opener for England.
Roy is in contention to be promoted to the top of the order to partner county team-mate Rory Burns for this year's Ashes series against Australia with Keaton Jennings' place under threat.
The 28-year-old has been a star of England's one-day team and could make his Test debut against Ireland in July in an audition for the summer's main event.
Jason Roy is hoping to make the step up from England's one-day team to become Test opener
Roy is in contention to partner county team-mate Rory Burns in the upcoming Ashes series
'Jason is opening in one-day international cricket. Twenty20 and Test cricket are miles apart, but in the first 10 or 15 overs of 50-over cricket you still have to respect that new ball,' Stewart said.
'I don't see it as a big issue for him and he'd