Bell was named man of the series following yesterday's rained-off final match at Headingley after proving England need not fret about Kevin Pietersen's retirement from the limited overs formats.
After proving his fitness for the 50-over format with a stylish 126 on his recall in the opening game, Bell struck 53 in the second match to provide the foundation for convincing back-to-back wins.
"It's nowhere near job done. For me it was nice to start well and obviously I want to keep playing and batting as much as I can at the top of the order," he said. "If we can do that, more often than not we've got that middle order firepower to get the good scores."
n Scotland Lions were saved by the rain when the final day of their three-day clash with MCC was washed-out at Cambusdoon. The Scots, trailing by 289, faced an uphill battle to salvage a draw.