We are on the right track - Cook
Alastair Cook claims he is still enjoying being England's one-day captain despite going 4-0 down to India in the five-match series.
Cook's men have endured a dismal run on their tour to the sub-continent and it continued in Mumbai on Sunday when they were bowled out for just 220 from 46.1 overs, before India cruised to a six-wicket victory with 10 overs to spare.
It leaves England with just one last match to try and avoid a whitewash defeat, but Cook, who only managed 10, is relishing the task of trying to turn things around.
He said: "You know when you take over a young side it's never going to be straightforward.
"It's certainly a challenge, and one that I am strangely enjoying."
Cook added: "It's been quite frustrating. I can't fault effort, commitment, desire - in training and out there when we play.
"We're definitely talking about the right things; it's just executing them out in the middle."