Kane Williamson and company won the inaugural WTC final, beating India by eight wickets in Southampton in a thrilling contest last month.
New Zealand pacer Tim Southee puts WTC final shirt on auction to help fund eight-year-old girl's cancer treatment
Tim Southee is auctioning off his World Test Championship final shirt to help fund cancer treatment for 8-year-old Hollie Beattie.
Hoping to play more three-match Test series rather than two-match ones: New Zealand pacer Tim Southee
Tim Southee said he hopes that his side plays more three-match Test series as compared to two-match Test series.
New Zealand defeated world number one India by eight wickets in the final here on Wednesday.
Set a victory target of just 139 in 53 overs, New Zealand finished on 140-2 in 45.5 overs.
Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara are currently unbeaten at 8 and 12 respectively as India took a narrow lead of 32 in the last session of day five.
After dismissing New Zealand for 249, India were 64-2 at stumps, with a lead of 32 runs.
If all goes well, the South Africa-born Wagner, who is No 4 in the ICC Test rankings, should be lining up for his adopted country in the final of the World Test Championship.
Southee (6/43) claimed six wickets spread over two days to dismiss hosts England for 275 in their first innings just before tea on Saturday.
The new ball pair then took four wickets between them on a benign pitch as the West Indies plummeted to 215 for eight at stumps.
Southee featured in a 61-run stand for the 10th wicket with Trent Boult and later removed Kieran Powell without scoring in his first over.