A buoyant Netherlands squad hopes the performances of smaller nations at the 2011 World Cup could persuade the ICC to change its mind over reducing the number of teams in 2015.
The ruling body is set to switch from 14 to 10 teams at the next World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
However, following a strong showing against England, coach Peter Drinnen says Netherlands will continue to send out "positive messages" in the hope that decisions "may be considered again."
After his century against England, batsman Ryan ten Doeschate adds "the onus is on us to play some good cricket and change some minds."
Netherlands plays West Indies next in Group B on Monday before a meeting with Ten Doeschate's country of birth, South Africa