Ravi Bopara (left) clicks himself, Moeen Ali (centre) and Alastair Cook on the flight that took off with the England cricket team to Sri Lanka on Sunday. The Alastair Cook-led England team play seven One-Day Internationals between November 26 to December 16.<p></p><p></p>&nbsp;<p></p><p></p>Asked if Kevin Pietersen's controversial autobiography, released last month, will have an adverse effect on the team, Cook replied: "We have had a couple of weeks together and we haven't felt the need to talk about it at all. The camp has been a really good place to be. I think we've moved on. All the fallout has happened."<p></p><p></p>&nbsp;<p></p><p></p>England will be using the tour of Sri Lanka as a build-up to the 2015 World Cup. Cook is confident about his team. "We haven't had our full-strength side since the Champions Trophy [in June 2013]. Priorities change. We obviously had back-to-back Ashes series so a lot of the guys were rested from one-day cricket. That is not the case now," he opined.