The squad was made open hours after England wrapped up a pulverizing 266-run in the third Test to level the five-match arrangement at 1-1. Anderson was named man-of-the-match in the wake of completing with figures of seven wickets for 77 runs.
In any case he could miss both the fourth Test at his Lancashire home ground and the arrangement finale at The Oval if an International Cricket Council disciplinary hearing on Friday with respect to his beat down with India allrounder Ravindra Jadeja in the drawn first Test at Trent Bridge finds against him.
We'll need to lie low, said Anderson at the post-match presentation function after a give back that left him with 371 Test wickets - 12 short of measuring up to Ian Botham's England record of 383. "Once I'm out on the field the one thing on my psyche is to take wickets, and I did that," he included after a triumph that finished England's run of 10 progressive Tests without a win.
England do have pace rocking the bowling alley spread for Anderson in the squad with both Yorkshire quick bowler Liam Plunkett and Durham allrounder Ben Stokes, both of whom didn't play at Southampton, keeping their spots in the 13-man party.