Five-time champions India suffered a crushing 1-5 loss to New Zealand, but were revived by the 2-1 win over South Korea, Asia's highest-ranked team.
Nobbs expressed disappointment that errors continue to creep into the Indian game, often when they are under pressure. “We all need a victory to keep going and it was a satisfactory performance, but a few errors still crept in after a fine show in the first half of the match,” he said.
Nobbs said there were aspects the team was still working on, but the discipline in game’s structure against South Korea showed an improvement.
“It takes time to learn a style of play that we've only just started to use," Nobbs said as India braced for the encounter with Great Britain.