"Yes, I was a bit sad but I moved on and I'm in a good frame of mind. I am in a positive mood. "I'm happy and once I'm happy things go well for me," said Dhawan, who was adjudged 'Man of the Series' in the recently concluded T20 series, said.
The Delhi opener is confident that India will do well in the four-test series beginning December 6 at Adelaide.
"We think we have a very good chance to win the series here, we have to play a good full cricket in all three departments whether it's batting, bowling or fielding and also catching. chance to beating Australia, "said Dhawan, who will turn 33 in a week's time.
While the World Cup is still six months away, the focus will be on the process for the veteran of 115 ODIs.
"I'm going to give my best, I'm a big believer in process and once I get it right, other things will follow on its own." "Of course, we would like to bring the World Cup back home," he exuded confidence.
What makes him confident about his success in England is his past record in limited overs cricket.
"I have done well in both Champions Trophies in England and with my experience, I hope to score a lot of runs in World Cup and give good starts and sail through so we can get the Cup back."