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Cook keen to make most of rich form
Alastair Cook says he will only think about his record-breaking run of form once he has retired from cricket.
The opener resumes on 136 on day two against Australia having already broken England's records for runs scored and minutes batted without dismissal.
England are 317-2 in Adelaide, with Cook having scored 371 runs, across 1,022 minutes, since he was last out.
The opener told BBC Radio 5 live: "You look back with pride but for now I am only focused on what we have to do.
"We have to keep feet on the floor as one good day doesn't win you a Test."
And the 25-year-old paid tribute to batting coach Graham Gooch, who as a player experienced the highs and lows of opening the batting for his country.
"I'm very, very happy with how I've concentrated and not made silly mistakes which is pretty much the art of batting," added Cook.
"Things have gone my way but the way I backed it up from last week is really pleasing.
"Goochy has been with me through thick and thin. He was the one helping last summer when I was struggling. He knows that being an opener you go through these peaks and troughs."
Cook, who came into the series with an average of 26.21 in 10 Ashes Tests, batted the entire day in sweltering heat and has now been at the crease for more than 20 hours over the two Tests.
"At 37 degrees it's up there with one of the hottest days I've played cricket in, but you have to cash in when you're in this kind of form and don't give it away," he added.
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