London, July 14(ANI): England batsman Kevin Pietersen insists that he is losing no sleep over his patchy form with the bat.
Pietersen, who burst onto the international scene with a flurry of big scores in 2005, has failed to pass 50 in his last 17 ODI innings.
His last half-century came in November 2008, when he scored 111 not out as captain against India in Cuttack.
"I'm not worried about my form. It happens to every single player. It's difficult when you play all three forms of the game to just keep on going and going and going," The Sun quoted Pietersen, as saying.
"I don't know if there's a big score for me around the corner. If it happens it happens. I'm not too fussed. I'm not losing any sleep over it," he added.
The 30-year-old, who was rested for the recent ODI series against Bangladesh, also said that the rest has come at a really good time.
"I have absolutely loved the time off. I have a brand new child at home and spending time with him has been priceless. There's no problem with that whatsoever. I will be fit and raring to go for the Pakistan series," he said.
Pietersen will now spend another week resting before resuming training ahead of England's four-Test series against Pakistan, which begins at Trent Bridge on July 29.
He could return to his current county, Hampshire, in a bid to get some match practice before the first Test. (ANI)
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