London, June 29: England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff reckons that England"s one-day success over Australia does not count much in relation to the Ashes series later this year.
England wrapped up the five match series with an unassailable 3-0 lead with two games still to play.
“I wouldn"t look too much into it. We are at the end of June, start of July and playing a one-day series against Australia and the Test side will be very different," The Independent quoted Flintoff, as saying.
“With the two different forms of the game, we can take a bit of confidence from it, but I don"t think it plays a major part," he added.
Flintoff further believes that the two sides" forthcoming Test series against Pakistan will give a much better indication of how they might fare Down Under.
“The one thing over the next few months will be to see how Australia and England play against Pakistan - the two series are both in England, so let"s see how the Test sides have progressed," Flintoff said.
When asked if he felt he would face a battle to get back into the England team, Flintoff said: “We"ll see. It"s not something that I"m too worried about. My purpose now is to get onto a cricket field, performing for Lancashire and helping them."