Dhoni has faced calls to quit in a harrowing series for the hosts, who won the first match but lost the next two equally emphatically to leave them facing a first home series defeat since 2004.
An England victory or draw in Nagpur, where action starts this morning, would clinch their first series win in India since 1985.
“Let’s see,” Dhoni said of his future. “While I’m enjoying it, because that’s very important. If you’re not really enjoying the sport, it becomes very difficult.”
Dhoni is also at loggerheads with Gautam Gambhir, according to reports in India, and is said to have complained to chiefs about the opener’s attitude.