Moeen Ali will have little time to saviour England's Test Series triumph over South Africa before turning his attention to white ball cricket.
The Worcestershire all-rounder is in the England squad for the five ODIs and two T20Is against the Proteas through to the back end of February.
England play a one-day warm-up match on Saturday against South Africa 'A' before the first ODI takes place in Bloemfontein next Wednesday.
Another warm-up T20 match will be staged against a South Africa Invitational X1 on February 17 before the T20Is.
England will fly home after the final match on February 21 – and then are back in action in India on March 16 against the West Indies in their opening ICC T20 World group match in Bombay.
It has been a non stop diet of international cricket for 28-year-old Moeen since returning to the England side for the Ashes series after playing for his County in June.
After the end of the ODIs and T20s against Australia in mid September, Moeen flew out to the UAE on September 30 for three Tests, four ODIs and three T20Is against Pakistan.
The squad returned home on December 1 and nine days later set off for South Africa for the four Test series which ended on Tuesday.
January 30: 1-day tour match, v South Africa 'A', Diamond Oval, Kimberley
February 3: 1st Momentum ODI, Chevrolet Park, Bloemfontein
February 6: 2nd Momentum ODI, St. George’s Park, Port Elizabeth
February 9: 3rd Momentum ODI, SuperSport Park, Centurion
February 12: 4th Momentum ODI, Bidvest Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
February 14: 5th Momentum ODI, Newlands, Cape Town
February 17: T20 tour match, SA Invitation XI v England, BolandPark, Paarl
February 19: 1st KFC T20 International, Newlands, Cape Town
February 21: 2nd KFC T20 International, Bidvest Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg