New Delhi: Roelant Oltmans realises the burden of expectations he will carry as an interim coach of the national hockey team during the Asia Cup but the Dutchman is confident that adversity will bring the best out of him.
"I am there for just 6 weeks. But I am up for the challenge otherwise I wouldn't have accepted the offer. I love such situations because I love to handle pressure. It motivates me to do better," Oltmans, who will coach the team after the unceremonious exit of Michael Nobbs, told PTI in an exclusive interview.
The legendary Dutch coach said that his focus will primarily be on three things -- preparation, performance and result.