Sydney, Dec 22(ANI): Veteran Sri Lankan batsman Tilekratne Dilshan has said he hasn't decided on his Test future yet, but claimed he was still enjoying every moment of the longest version of the game.
Dilshan was tempted to join the march past of short-form specialists after quitting the captaincy and his management was also in touch with various Big Bash League (BBL) teams, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
Dilshan's decision to stick with Tests, at least until after this tour, has been justified with three centuries in his past four matches including a vital 147 in Hobart.
The Twenty20 specialist said since there were not too many Test matches to be played last year it gave the Sri Lankan management to bring in some youngsters.
Dilshan made it clear that he will definitely play one-day internationals till 2015 but he wasn't sure for how long he would continue playing Test cricket, adding that he was completely focussed on the their current Australia tour.
Dilshan also added that he was enjoying every single ball in the middle and believes it is the major reason why he is still scoring big runs. (ANI)