Captain Eoin Morgan: We need to focus on the T20s before the ODI World Cup

England's T20 and ODI captain Eoin Morgan has said that

 it is too early to say who will defend the title in next year's 50-over World Cup in India,

but added that he will contribute to the team. want to give. Morgan, 35, was the captain of the team that won a thrilling

World Cup final in 2019 by defeating New Zealand after the match ended in a tie at Lord's.

England will begin preparations for the mega-event next week with a three-match ODI series against the Netherlands

and said they want to work in the country's interest in the future.

Morgan was quoted as saying by DailyMail.co.uk, "It (the ODI World Cup) is far away. I need to focus on the first T20 World Cup (this year in Australia). 

I have given complete honesty with everyone since starting the captaincy.

At the moment, I still feel that I can contribute to the World Cup win. This is an important moment for me."

Morgan's focus is now on assisting the new white-ball coach, Australia's Matthew Mott, to bring together a team capable of winning

The T20 World Cup in Australia in October-November this year and then the 50-over World Cup next year. To focus on the cup.

England have brought in some of the legends of the limited overs game such

As Jason Roy, Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid for the Dutch series and Morgan said the new coach is looking forward to the move.