Mott's claims came after former England captain Eoin Morgan insisted that there were splits in the camp which were causing the champions to under-perform.
England cannot be faulted for effort at the World Cup but the team are lacking confidence and must start imposing themselves on the opposition, coach Matthew Mott said, after the defending champions lost two of their first three matches in India.
England's 3-0 defeat in their Twenty20 series in Bangladesh was a real "eye-opener" for the world champions, white-ball coach Matthew Mott said.
"To finish the way we did today will leave a bit of a sour taste in our mouths but it also should act as an eye-opener for us on where we need to improve," Mott said.
England's white-ball coach Matthew Mott said the Twenty20 series defeat by South Africa was a "line in the sand" after they ended the home summer without a limited-overs series win for the first time since 2013.