England coach Trevor Bayliss insisted there are no quick fixes after their stunning maiden Test defeat against Bangladesh.
For the first time in Test history, England lost to Bangladesh following a 108-run defeat in Dhaka last week.
The second-Test loss was triggered by a dramatic battling collapse as England lost 10 wickets for 64 to be bundled out for 164, ensuring a drawn series.
But as England look ahead to their Test series with India, starting on November 9, Bayliss said there were signs of progress in Bangladesh.
"I think, from a batting point of view, there's been some good signs during this series. We don't come across those types of wickets very often at all, or at all," said Bayliss.
"The only thing you can do is experience it more often. There's no quick fix but as we saw, there were batters in the two Tests that were able to bat for a period of time and score runs.
"If they can do it once they've got it in them but it's just about doing it more often and more consistently and learning from those innings."