Virat Kohli is deeply hurt by India's failure to win any their ODI matches so far in the series against Australia, but is determined to finish on a high when the final game takes place in Sydney on Saturday.
India are have lost all four games in the five-match series but it has not been for a lack of trying with the Asian team's batsmen all putting on big scores.
Rohit Sharma, Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan have all hit big hundreds but have been badly let down by their bowlers as the Aussies have piled on the runs.
Kohli told the media on Friday: "It hurts when you play well and (still) lose. I still feel like a club cricketer and want to win every game.
"The guys are motivated and they want to win badly. Just need a bit more experience to close games in our favour."
The teams will play three T20I following the ODI series.