Hampshire star Jimmy Adams admits he may not be re-appointed captain next season.
The opening batsman has led the county for the past two seasons after taking over from Dominic Cork.
Hampshire won the FL20 title and CB40 crown last season, but this year they lost in the semi-finals in both the limited overs competitions.
More troubling though is Hampshire's performances in four-day cricket - they are languishing in the bottom half of Division Two after starting the summer as one of the favourites for promotion.
Adams has hit two double centuries but otherwise has had a dreadful time with the bat, scoring just another 340 runs in his other 18 first-class innings.
"There's been highs and lows," Adams told BBC Radio Solent. "We'll sit down at the end of the season, and decide what we, or I, feel is the best way to go forward.
"There's parts of captaincy that are great, and there's parts of it that I find tough. Obviously your own form comes into it too.
"We've got to decide what the best thing is for the team going forward."