South Africa took an unassailable 2-0 lead against India after recording yet another convincing win here on Sunday. (Agencies)
"Winning seven out of our last 10 ODIs means we are definitely on the right track. There have been problems for us when it comes to consistency. We have been going through some tough times over the last two years in ODI cricket and sort of building a team,” he said.
"We have been sticking with the same players for a while now and we are enjoying our cricket. The results are starting to come through but we are nowhere where we want to be. But obviously, winning the series against the no.1 side in the world is very satisfying. It is something we can really be proud of," he said.
South Africa put up 281 runs on the board after openers Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla put on 194 runs, bringing up their individual hundreds.
The middle order didn't fire though, unlike at Wanderers, with the captain coming up at number three himself and falling cheaply. It left the task to Ryan McLaren and Vernon Philander to give them a push in the latter overs.
"Hashim and Quinton have been giving us really good starts, and today it was sort of finished off nicely by the middle and lower order. I was chuffed at how the lower order scored some runs today. Those were very important runs. They just got us over that par score, which I thought was 230-240. 280 all of a sudden looked like really good score," he said.
"I am hopefully still a wicketkeeper in the Tests," said the Proteas' ODI captain, when asked about the form of young Quinton de Kock in particular.
"Quinny is obviously showing he has got the skill and the talent to keep in all three formats of the game. Maybe he still has got to get a bit of experience to gain when it comes to Tests. It is up to the selectors to decide, and the coach and the captain to make that call."
South Africa took an unassailable 2-0 lead against India after recording yet another convincing win here on Sunday.