By CricketCountry Staff
Colombo: Sep 25, 2012
"We don't have to do anything different than we've done," he said.
"We've had one one bad game - we know that - but we move on from it. We brush it under the carpet; we learn from our mistakes, and we get better from it."
West Indies were last night confirmed as England's first Super Eight opponents, after a rainy no-result in Colombo which spelled the end of Ireland's unlucky tour.
The Windies have yet to win a match, having come off worst against Australia in their Group B opener but recorded a superior run rate to Ireland's.
Their captain Darren Sammy spent much of last summer losing to England in all formats, but he is optimistic of gaining telling revenge.
"We have a strong belief in ourselves," he said. "The first hurdle is overcome - then the real business starts.
"We've got England in our first game and we're looking to start off very well.
"We've played them a few times in the last few months and we believe we can go out and beat them - we have a good Twenty20 record against them.
"England are defending champions, and we will not underestimate anybody.
"They won a tournament in the Caribbean when the wickets were also assisting spinners. So we have to go out there and bowl properly. We hope our spinners can play a big part," Sammy was quoted saying by ECB official website