India batsman Rohit Sharma has called on his team to put their one-day failings behind them as they prepare for their two-Test series against New Zealand.
The Black Caps won the ODI series 4-0 and are in confident mood heading into the five-day opener in Auckland.
But Sharma, who made only one half-century in the five games, has his sights fixed firmly on improvement in the longer format.
"At this point you have to put everything behind you," he told the Times of India.
"It was very disappointing to lose the series but we have to focus on what is coming next. Everyone knows what is in front of us.
"The two Tests will be really challenging. They are playing some good cricket. We have to be at our best to beat them."
India's top order batsman struggled against short-pitched bowling in the ODIs but Kiwi seamer Trent Boult believes swing will have a major part to play with the red ball.
"The Indians are attacking batsmen," he told stuff.co.nz. "Everyone knows how they are going to play.
"I will look to target them with swing and exploit their defensive techniques with the ball moving both ways. But it's definitely going to be a challenge because they are world-class batsmen."
Coach John Hesson labelled the one-day series "as good as it gets" and is determined to repeat that success in the Tests.
"There will definitely be some confidence within the group that we can compete with these guys," he said.
"They're a very good side but it's a different format and we've got a few new faces."
One of those newcomers, Ish Sodhi, will play against the country of his birth and said: "Obviously I was born there and it is special being able to play against India because I have a massive Indian heritage.
"But I am playing against the best players in the world. That is the big thing.
"The players are also very good players of spin. In general Indian batsmen do come hard at spin. It is quite exciting."
Boult, fellow seamers Doug Bracewell and Neil Wagner, batsmen Peter Fulton and Hamish Rutherford and wicketkeeper BJ Watling also come in to a much-changed squad.
For India, Cheteshwar Pujara, Murali Vijay, Zaheer Khan and Umesh Yadav replace Varun Aaron, Stuart Binny, Amit Mishra and Suresh Raina.
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