"To watch Johno do what he did, he kept the whole morale of the side and Australia up against the Poms nearly single-handedly, It shows the importance a really quick bowler can have and hopefully one of us three or four guys can do a similar job", he said, as per The Metro.
"Just playing a Test match in Australia will be a pretty weird feeling, I've played five now but none at home which is obviously what you grow up watching, so it'll be great to be part of an Ashes series, it'll be pretty wonderful", he said. Especially those kinds of guys, they play on slower wickets where there's not as much bounce.
Cummins was quoted to be saying by Reuters, "Hope you practice your bouncers because we'll be bowling a lot of them".
England, who will be led by Joe Root, defeated Australia in the most recent series in 2015 to claim the famous little urn, but were thrashed 5-0 on their last visit to Oz, when Mitchell Johnson subjected them to an onslaught of fast bowling the English batsmen couldn't cope with.
"To watch "Johno" do what he did, (he) kept the whole morale of the side and Australia up against the Poms nearly single-handedly", Cummins said of the left armer, who took 37 wickets at 13.97 as Australia swept the series 5-0.
"So I think it's trying to make it as different to their home conditions as possible, bouncy fast wickets and short balls are definitely that".
Cummins made a sensational test debut as an 18-year-old in South Africa six years ago but has since had his career blighted by injury, particularly to his back, and has played just four further tests and a smattering of limited overs internationals.
"That just shows the importance of having a really quick bowler and hopefully one of us three or four guys can do a similar job".
"I'd love to play that role".
He also said, "Hopefully the wickets have a bit of pace and bounce in them, there's nothing like getting your adrenaline up and then running in trying to bowl short".
"We're lucky there's a few of us who are all pretty tall and get a bit of bounce with a bit of pace", said Cummins in Sydney.
Cummins feels that sledging is only part of the aggression Australia will show against England.