Warner adamant Broad record is not on his mind a

David Warner insists Stuart Broad has not got inside his head, despite admitting he has Barmy Army taunts over the English seamer's record against him stuck on the mind.

Warner has retained his spot at the top of Australia's order for the fourth Test at Old Trafford, as the tourists push for their first Ashes series win in England since 2001 .

The left-hander has now been dismissed by Broad 17 times in his career, including twice in seven balls against him at Headingley last week.

The left-hander began the tour with a fighting 43 against India in the World Test Championship final and made 66 in the second Ashes Test at Lords. Australia have also regularly pointed to the fact he and Usman Khawaja have made three half-century opening stands to help set up their 2-1 series lead.