Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday exuded confidence that the young Indian team would quickly adjust to the South African conditions and would perform well in the inaugural Twenty20 World Cup.
"I am sure they will do well. They will not have any problem in adjusting to the conditions," Ganguly told newspersons on Wednesday on his return home from England.
Ganguly said the Indians had an outstanding series in England.
"May be we did not win the one-day series but apart from that the tour went off very well. We played outstandingly."
Ganguly did not agree that the Indians choked at Lord's in the finals of the NatWest series against England.
"Just because we lost that match, it would not be proper to brand us chokers. Prior to the England series, we came back from behind to beat South Africa 2-1 at Belfast," he said.