Kent and England batsman Robert Key is fearful his Test place may be under threat from the new star of the national team, Kevin Pietersen.
Key must try to score a wealth of runs for Kent in April and May
South African-born Pietersen scored three centuries in the one-day series against his former country in only his second series with England.
"It's a good thing for England, but as far as I'm concerned I don't know," Key told BBC Radio Kent.
"KP's playing ever so well and I wasn't in the best of form in South Africa."
But Key is determined to focus on his own game and not concern himself too much over what might happen this summer.
"I think I will get a another go and will be in better nick and can really cement my place," he added.
"It might be a case of waiting, I might go straight in there. Whatever happens, I've got to get on and do it."
England begin their summer Test series with two matches against Bangladesh at the end of May and the beginning of June, before the eagerly-awaited Ashes series against Australia, which starts in July.