Mumbai: India might have failed to qualify for the quarterfinals of the ongoing Junior World Cup hockey, but chief coach Gregg Clark feels his wards have a "bright future" despite them producing an inconsistent show in front of home crowd in the mega-event here.
India had lost just against The Netherlands in the league stage but still they were crashed out of the quarterfinal race after finishing third in their pool.
"You guys can draw your own conclusions about the quality of our performance. We lost just one game by one goal and we are playing for 9 and 10th. If that represents failure I don't know. Not everybody can make it to the top position," he said.