Sam Hain believes the Bears can't dwell on their derby day defeat to Worcestershire at New Road.

Having started the campaign with three wins from three, the Bears have fallen to Derbyshire and local rivals Worcestershire on back-to-back nights.

There are frustrations that they haven’t added to their positive start, but there are plenty of games ahead starting on Sunday against the Notts Outlaws at Edgbaston.

“It was a good game of cricket to be fair with 400 runs in forty overs,” said Hain who was voted Talbots Law Player of the Match. “Credit to Worcestershire they came out with some real intent and as a bowling unit bowled slightly better than us.

“To get 15 runs sort there’s credit as a batting unit. We’ve got some serious depth, but it wasn’t to be today.

“To chase 200 is never ideal but we didn’t have a long chat up there. We’ll dust ourselves down and go again on Sunday.”