The Indian Cricket Board president N Srinivasan met chief coach Duncan Fletcher on Tuesday to discuss various issues related to the team.
According to BCCI sources, the president dropped in at the team hotel to have a closed door meeting with Fletcher.
When a BCCI official based in Chennai was asked about the contents of the meeting, he termed it as a "routine affair before an overseas tour."
However, a reliable source said Test series debacle in England and Australia dominated their discussions as the matter came up at the last two Working Committee meetings.
The coming season will be an acid test for the Zimbabwean as his main job will be to arrest the slide of World Champions in the longer format.
What could work to an advantage for Fletcher is the fact that India will be playing 10 Test matches at home against New Zealand, England and Australia.