Trott happy with England schedule
Jonathan Trott insists he has no problems with the scheduling and is happy to continue playing for England in all formats.
Last week Kevin Pietersen confirmed that he was retiring from England duty in the shorter formats of the game, despite smashing back-to-back hundreds against Pakistan over the winter and pledging his future through to the World Cup in 2015.
That is a huge blow to Andy Flower's men, particularly with the World Twenty20 coming up later this year, following Pietersen's sensational performances that won him the player of the tournament award to help England secure the title two years ago.
Trott has made himself a fixture in England's line-up in both Test and one-day cricket and although he has been overlooked in T20 cricket for some time, the 31-year-old insists he is always ready to play for his country.
"You have to speak to the guys who play all three (formats) about how they feel, but I'm really happy with the scheduling for me," he said.
"It's really busy - but that's part of being an England cricketer... it's part and parcel. You have to accept it and get on with it.
"Kevin's made his mind up about what he wants to do, and that's fine.
"The guys support and understand the decision he's made."