“We had a brief chat with Enoch, but you never divulge too much in terms of what is the plan going forward,” said Maharaj.
“I think his main aim is obviously to leave cricket in a better [situation] than what it was previously.
“I know Enoch from 2015 when we worked together in India and I have always thoroughly enjoyed [being] with him as a person and as a coach and his philosophy.
“He supports one of the poorer football teams, but his philosophy towards certain things is really remarkable. It is something we can look forward to and guys in the camp are really excited as to the years of planning ahead and where we want to be as a unit.
“All we can do is to wish him luck and support him in this journey of taking the team and cricketing nation to the next level.”