New Delhi: Following a disappointing World Cup campaign, Indian men's hockey team chief coach Terry Walsh is not expecting anything miraculous from his wards in the upcoming Commonwealth Games and has set 'improvement' as the main objective in the quadrennial event.
India finished a lowly ninth in the recent World Cup at The Hague, Netherlands but Walsh said, notwithstanding, the result his wards are growing as a team with every passing day.
"Our big objective (in CWG) is to improve our game and finish in the top two in our pool and then move into the crossover situations. It's an important tournament leading to the Asian Games. So we are looking for improvement during the tournament. Our objective is to grow during the tournament," the Australian said during a practice session at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium on Friday.