Bangladesh ODI captain Tamim Iqbal was hopeful of doing well in the upcoming limited-overs series against hosts New Zealand.
The Tigers are set to play three ODIs and three T20Is against the Kiwis.
Even though they've never defeated New Zealand in their home soil, Tamim believes that his team has what it takes to win there even though the conditions will not be familiar ones.
"Look we know that the conditions in New Zealand are difficult but nothing is impossible. We will try to achieve what we've never achieved in New Zealand before and we are hopeful we can do it," Tamim told the media before leaving for New Zealand on Tuesday.
Left-handed batsman Soumya Sarkar, who scored a sparkling century against the Kiwis in a Test, last time they toured also echoed his ODI captain's sentiment.
"Of course something good will happen in the series against New Zealand, especially with the way the players have mentally and physically prepared themselves. We want to break the duck and return home with a win under our belt. We did well in the ODIs against the West Indies so I'm hopeful we can do well here too," Soumya Sarkar said to the media.
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) director and media committee chairman Jalal Yunus was, however, more cautious and expecting the tour to be a tough one.
"It will be a tough tour, very challenging, there is no doubt about that. But seeing the boys, they look prepared and we have to put up a fight and return home having played well," Younis said.
The tour begins with the ODI series and ends with the T20Is.
The first ODI will be on March 20 at Dunedin and the last T20I will be on April 1 at Aukland.