Auckland, Oct 23(ANI): Playing down the controversy over Coach Andy Moles's role in the New Zealand cricket team, skipper Daniel Vettori has said the entire team is working toward taking the team forward.
When asked if the players were dissatisfied with Moles' input, he said: "Whenever players are asked honest questions about anything they give their answers. I think guys have voiced ways of making the team better. Part of that is my captaincy, part of it is players fronting up and a part of it is Andy improving as well. We just want the best for the team."
"Andy and I have a good working relationship, but whether that's enough to make the team better is the question that's been asked. Our relationship stands strong in what we need to do. Andy and I are at the helm and until we know anything different that's the status quo," Stuff.co.nz quoted Vettori, as saying.
Vettori further admitted that the team has been facing difficult days over the past few months. "Guys are always looking for ways to improve and you constantly go through a review process," he added. (ANI)