England batsman Ian Bell is aiming for more of the same in the second Ashes Test.
Bell's 109 in the second innings was the only century scored on either side during the series opener at Trent Bridge, which England won by 14 runs in tense circumstances on the final day.
Australia looked doomed at 231-9 in pursuit of 311 for victory but last pair Brad Haddin and James Pattinson put on a half-century stand to revive the run chase.
England seamer James Anderson finally finished things off with his 10th wicket of the match shortly after lunch, an edge behind from Haddin that was confirmed by the DRS after umpire Aleem Dar kept his finger down.
Bell told Sky Sports News: "I think all five Test matches this summer are going to be a fight. That's what you expect you face Australia every time.
"We were excited. We thought it was a great Test match (at Trent Bridge), every player enjoyed it. Let's hope the next one is exactly the same.
"I'm very happy to contribute to the team at the right opportunity and I'm hungry for more.
"That's in the past now and the important thing is what happens in this next Test match.
"I'll be doing the preparation over the next two days to make sure I can do the same again for England."
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