Avesh Khan's redemption, after being whacked around the Caribbean grounds, has come about after slowing down his pace following skipper Rohit Sharma's advice.
The India pacer said he received "enormous amount of confidence" from Rohit and coach Rahul Dravid when he was struggling to come to grips with the strong winds and short boundaries in the West Indies.
The bowler's match-winning performance (2 for 17 in 4 overs) helped India beat the West Indies by 59 runs in the fourth match and seal the T20I series in Lauderhill, Florida, on Saturday.
"They have given me an enormous amount of confidence despite the fact I did not perform well in my last two games.
However, Rohitbhai and Rahul Sir's support have given me the confidence both on and off the field... and told me that rough patches do happen," Khan said after the match.
Khan had leaked 54 runs in six overs on his ODI debut in Port-of-Spain last month. In the ensuing first two T20Is in St Kitts, he continued to bleed runs but Rohit, regardless of his pacer's struggles, had tasked Khan with defending nine off the final over in the second T20.
Khan failed to deliver, but the team management kept backing him.
"They also backed me by saying that an average performance in two matches does not make anyone a bad bowler, especially in T20s, given how the format is.
"I was backed the same way in this match too and I am happy that I performed well. They provided me necessary support during the South Africa tour as well.
"When a player is constantly encouraged by the captain and coach to perform well, it automatically motivates him to give his best. Rohitbhai is a fantastic leader. Not only me, he always backs and supports everyone in the team," Khan added.
The Indore pacer revealed that he introduced some variations into his bowling in the fourth game which did help him.
"From the very onset, the aim was to bowl in the right areas. Both the wicket and the conditions were different here from St Lucia where we had to deal with sticky wicket.
"I was bowling against the wind and turned to the slowers (deliveries) as well to unsettle the West Indies batters. Fortunately, I got both the wickets off the slowers which was Rohitbhai's idea," Khan said.
"We relied on the slowers, bouncers, yorkers, and the length balls because on a slow wicket like this, the initial powerplay becomes very important."
Khan said Paddy Upton, who recently joined the team as its mental conditioning coach, also helped him regain form.
"He (Paddy Upton) just asked me to move on from the past two matches and focus on the current (4th T20I) game. He instructed me to think of one ball at a time and give my 100 percent.
"The pressure is always there when you are representing your country. I am currently focusing on improving my performance and not on the World Cup. The selection process is not in my hands but, maybe, my performance is. I am not thinking of anything else right now but the final T20I.
"You cannot perform well forever. There will be good and bad patches."