Kingston: The younger lot has impressed him in the ODI series and now new India coach Duncan Fletcher says he can't wait to work with the seniors in the Tests against West Indies as more than the players, it is he who would learn from the experience.

"The impact is going to be huge. It's a simple fact. More than anybody else, it's me who would learn. I may contribute in a few areas but they have a wealth of experience and it would be interesting," Fletcher said after the ODI series, which concluded on Thursday with India winning 3-2 after losses in the fourth and fifth match.

India's senior players such as regular skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni will return to the side for the Tests even though the side would still be without stars like Sachin Tendulkar, Gautam Gambhir and pace spearhead Zaheer Khan due to varied reasons.

Looking back at the series, Fletcher said he wants a longer run for the youngsters than a mere four-five games.

"Five games are not enough of a chance to judge a player and his ability. Playing for India is a huge pressure and with so many talents around, you are given very few chances.

"Players put a lot of pressure on themselves and with the technique changes and affects performance," said Fletcher, trying to put in perspective a few disappointing performances from the series.

Fletcher, in his first series with the Indian team, lavished praise on stand-in skipper Suresh Raina.

Fletcher described the loss in the final two one-day games as loss of concentration on the part of his team.

"I would like to think it as a 4-2 result in our favour, including the Twenty20 game. Sometimes when you win the series, it becomes very difficult to concentrate," he explained.

(Agencies)