Kevin Pietersen has hinted that the third Test against South Africa at Lord's may be his last for England.
The 32-year-old batsman has been at odds with the England and Wales Cricket Board since he quit limited-overs internationals in May.
His retirement from the shorter formats of the international game came after the ECB rejected his desire to play in Twenty20 internationals but not one-day matches.
However, the Surrey player said the availability for the IPL and the ICC World Twenty20 in September was only part of the discussions taking place with the ECB.
Pietersen, who has played in 88 Tests, also expressed his anger that details of his discussions with the ECB had been made public.