Cricket World Cup 2015: England coach Peter Moores hopes to stay

England coach Peter Moores says he hopes to stay on as England coach and to "make a difference", despite his side's early World Cup exit at the hands of Bangladesh.

Moores, who is in his second spell in charge of England, told BBC Sport he wanted to continue in his role but admitted "it's not my decision".

BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew says England need to bring in a new one-day coach from abroad to change attitudes.

England have lost four out of their five Pool A games and must now contest an effectively meaningless match with Afghanistan on Friday in Sydney.