"I think we've a good squad of players who are here and I think it's important to realise that we haven't clicked at this World Cup and moving forward we've got to realise where we are and where we want to be and how we want to get there," he said.
The skipper added it has been a challenge leading the side and he has enjoyed learning from Moores. "It's certainly been challenging. I've learned a lot about myself and about other players. I've learned a lot from Peter Moores as a coach and I've got to know him a lot better. I've enjoyed that," he concluded. Morgan himself is in horrendous form that has seen him dismissed for a duck four times in the last six weeks, with his batting average at the World Cup being a niggardly 18.