Two months after a key plank of the Argus review was abandoned when captain Michael Clarke was removed as a Test selector, coach Darren Lehmann could be about to follow suit.
Lehmann's role as a selector will be scrutinised when the review of the 3-0 Ashes defeat is completed next month.
Although Argus recommended that captain and coach were made permanent members of the selection panel to increase their authority and accountability, Lehmann acknowledged that his role might change this summer.
"We will have a review as we always have. I am comfortable with that. I am not flagging anything but will wait and see what happens," Lehmann said.
It is understood he was reluctant to take on the selection duties when he was appointed coach after Mickey Arthur was sacked on the eve of the series.
Lehmann and Rod Marsh were the only tour selectors. Clarke made pointed comments throughout the Ashes series about his lack of involvement in selection.
Chairman John Inverarity spent the entire Ashes campaign in England but was retained in a consultancy role only and was not directly involved in team selection.
Argus also recommended that Inverarity's role be renamed national selector so that it did not have greater status than the positions of captain and coach.
Lehmann predicted that Australia would employ a more settled team for the return Ashes series this summer, though discarded batsmen Phil Hughes and Usman Khawaja would be required to make big centuries in State ranks to press their claims.
"If you have a winning side you can always have one or two guys you can groom along the way," Lehmann said.
"We need to make sure we start winning before we go down that path. They know the areas they have to work on. They have had opportunities but they have to make sure they take those."