LONDON - New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum admits he will wait until the last minute before deciding if spinner Bruce Martin or seamer Doug Bracewell will fill the final place in his bowling attack for the first Test against England.McCullum's side open their two-match Test series against England at Lord's on Thursday and the skipper's only selection dilemma is whether to go with an all-seam attack to take advantage of the expected overcast conditions in north London. Martin played in the three drawn Tests against England in New Zealand earlier this year, but he could be dropped before the toss on Thursday if McCullum decides a spinner will be of little use in weather more suited to pace bowlers.That brings Bracewell back into the equation after a spell out of the team that started when he cut his foot while cleaning up after a get together at his house. Bracewell had been hoping to nudge ahead of Neil Wagner in the pecking order, but the latter performed strongly in the tourists' warm-up fixtures."Wagner definitely plays," McCullum said at a pre-match press conference on Wednesday. "It's either Martin or Bracewell for the last position, otherwise it's the same team from back home. It's just a balance issue of trying to work out whether to play the four seamers or use the same set-up as the three Tests back home. That's something we have to look at in the morning before making a call. Overhead conditions are something we have to be aware of and we have to take into account the forecast too. If the game does get shortened (by rain) you look at how that impacts on the spinner's ability to impose himself on the game. I don't think we'll lose much either way, it's just a slight tweak of the balance."While New Zealand ponder their options, England are likely to include off-spinner Graeme Swann as he returns to action after missing the series in New Zealand with an elbow injury.Cook expects England to take fight to KiwisEngland captain Alastair Cook insists there is no chance his team will underestimate New Zealand in the Test series which starts at Lord's on Thursday. Cook's side were accused of complacency when they were forced to settle for three drawn Tests on their recent tour to New Zealand despite arriving as heavy favourites.But Cook is adamant England gave their Kiwis their full respect and he believes they will have to be at their very best to beat Brendon McCullum's men in the two-Test series. "I don't think we were complacent at all," Cook said at a pre-match press conference on Wednesday."I don't think anyone who saw our build-up, or was involved in our build-up, would. I don't think there was complacency around, but we didn't play as well as we could have done: that's the bottom line. We all know cricket is not played on paper or on rankings. It's out there in the middle, 11 v 11. It doesn't matter what's gone on before or after. It's those five days. I think every Test series you play for England is a hugely important series, it doesn't matter what has gone before. We are fully focused on these two weeks of Test cricket versus New Zealand. We have to be at our best to win." Cook is hopeful the return of off-spinner Graeme Swann and seamer Tim Bresnan from elbow surgery will give his team's bowling attack a cutting edge they lacked in New Zealand. "It's great to have Graeme fully fit after his elbow surgery; you want your best players available," he said. "I think you miss every experienced player who doesn't play. You can't buy experience. It's very crucial you have that." You always miss players of that kind of calibre when they're not around. It's obviously great to have Bressie back. His elbow surgery has gone well. With the amount of cricket we have coming up in the next 12 months we're going to need more than 11 players and it's great he's back."