Warwickshire captain Jonathan Trott spoke to the media following the Bears’ two-wicket defeat to Yorkshire at Headingley in the Specsavers County Championship.

“It’s hard to exactly pinpoint what we could have done differently or where we lost it. It was a good partnership between Fisher and Patterson, so credit to them.

“We were good enough to get ourselves into the game, we just weren’t good enough to get across the line.”

The Bears fought back in the game from a first innings position of 49 for six to 219 all out. Trott also helped Warwickshire set the testing target of 175 by top scoring with 59 runs in the second innings, to take his Chamionship total for the season to 947 runs.

“Losing is a bit of a habit, just like winning is. We are just finding a bit of a habit of getting ourselves in positions where we are behind the game and can’t wrestle the momentum away.

“If you look at the four days back, there were always ebbs and flows in the game. After the start (49-6), it was good to get to where we got to, but we should have done better.”