Azhar Ali sounded a note of cautious optimism over Pakistan's preparations for the Test series in England.
Pakistan face the hosts in a three-match series starting at Old Trafford next month, with captain Azhar's side training in Worcester.
They staged an intra-squad friendly across Sunday and Monday and, after a three-month coronavirus-enforced break, Azhar was pleased by what he saw.
"Both batsmen and bowlers have adapted to the conditions," he told the Pakistan Cricket Board website.
"The wind was troubling the bowlers initially but they overcame it, which was heartening. Definitely, the players are going to need some time to adjust.
"Despite the break, they are in good shape, which is a positive sign for us.
"All the batsmen batted quite well, especially Babar Azam, Asad Shafiq and Abid Ali seemed in total control, Shan Masood adapted well to the conditions and Mohammad Rizwan looked in good shape.
"Mohammad Abbas is our experienced bowler and his presence is of advantage for us as he also keeps guiding the youngsters.
"He is someone who can be a very important member of the attack for us. Naseem Shah bowled very well in the scenario-based match. He will attain more control as he continues to bowl."
Pakistan's initial squad had to be altered after several players tested positive for coronavirus, but no cases of COVID-19 have been found within the touring party.