KEVIN PIETERSEN returned to South Africa last night after holding clear-the-air meetings with England captain Alastair Cook and squad members.
THE talks, held in Oxford, were part of Pietersen's reintegration into the England team following the text message scandal.
England head out to India a week today and Cook remains unsure whether Pietersen will be added to the Test squad.
"The meetings have been going on and the process is well under way," said Cook. "We all know how important team harmony is and team ethos is and that showed when we were successful."
Haye eyeing up Klitschko battle
BOXING: David Haye insists only a fight against world heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko will tempt him back into the ring.
Haye has rejected the possibility of meeting David Price, who knocked out Audley Harrison on Saturday night.
He said: "In my opinion next year he (Vitali) will want to fight again at some stage and he will want a big fight. I'm the biggest fight out there."
Wolff hungry to roar for Williams
AUTO: Susie Wolff is hoping she has taken a step towards proving there is a place for women in Formula One. In her role as Williams development driver, she completed 100km at Silverstone yesterday. The 29-year-old Scot said she aimed to show "that women do have a place in Formula One".