Hampshire captain Jimmy Adams says his future as captain is undecided.
The 32-year-old has led the county for the last two seasons, having taken over from Dominic Cork.
He skippered the side to the YB40 title in 2012, and to the semi-finals of the same competition this year.
"There's been highs and lows," Adams told BBC Radio Solent. "We'll sit down at the end of the season, and decide what we, or I, feel is the best way to go forward."
Aside from two double centuries Adams has scored only 340 runs in his other 18 first-class innings this season.
And with Hampshire not able to mount a County Championship promotion challenge, Adams - who made his debut for the county in 2002 - says his leadership will be up for discussion.
"There's parts of captaincy that are great, and there's parts of it that I find tough. Obviously your own form comes into it too," he said.
"We've got to decide what the best thing is for the team going forward."