England's Kevin Pietersen gives no assurances over Test future

Following a man-of-the-match performance against South Africa in the second Test, England batsman Kevin Pietersen admits his future in Test cricket is uncertain.

Pietersen feels there a lot of things to be discussed about his Test future, but did not say either way if the third and final Test against South Africa would be his last for England.

The former England captain scored 149 in the first innings at Headingley and then took four wickets to help England secure a draw against the Proteas.

Talking to BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew on Test Match Special, Pietersen says it was more satisfying to take the wickets than score the century.