Anderson, who has a reputation of getting under the skin of Australian players, was asked if he would be targeting Warner and Co during the tournament opener at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Warner is living life on the edge as far as disciplinary issues are concerned, and the ICC has already warned of a crackdown on aggressive sledging during the World Cup. Anderson said England have no plans to provoke the explosive Warner.
“Having played against him (Warner) in the past, I don’t think he needs too much encouragement,” Anderson told reporters on Friday.
“We’re going out there to concentrate on what we do, we’re going to try to be aggressive with the ball up front all the way through the innings and try and take wickets.”