The New Zealand bowler Kyle Mills says he has no intention of retiring and wants to play through to the 2015 World Cup.
Mills is generally restricted to the ODI form of the game now and took two for 33 from his 10 overs in the opening win against England in Hamilton on Sunday night.
The 33-year-old Mills is New Zealand's second highest wicket taker in ODIs and feels he's still got plenty in the tank.
Mills says there is a great group of young players coming through, but he doesn't feel under any extra pressure to perform.
The second ODI is tomorrow in Napier.