Buttler satisfied after testing and fiery series

England's stand-in skipper reflects on 2-1 series win, Bangladesh's first ODI series loss at home in two years

Jos Buttler believes England have room for further improvement despite ending Bangladesh's run of six successive home one-day series wins.

The tourists triumphed by four wickets on Wednesday in the decider in Chittagong to hand the Tigers their first ODI series loss on their own turf for more than two years, having beaten Pakistan, India and South Africa in that time.

England clinched the series without any of their top-four batsmen - with Jason Roy injured, Joe Root rested and Alex Hales and Eoin Morgan missing the tour for security reasons.

But they showed their batting depth as Sam Billings and Ben Duckett pressed their claims for permanent spots with half-centuries as England overhauled Bangladesh's 6-277.

That handed Buttler victory in his first series leading England but he was expected to hand the reins back to Morgan for the ODIs after Christmas in India.

Reflecting on captaining the side and the tour as a whole, he said: "It's been good. I have enjoyed the challenge. I've learnt as I've gone on.

"Physically, it's been a tough tour for us, and mentally as well, with everything that's gone on before.

"To come here - a pretty young and inexperienced team - to win in Bangladesh, who have had success in their recent series, I thought we played really well but with room for improvement as well.

"It's great to learn when you're winning and good teams win games when they are not at their best. Moving forward, this tour will stand us in great stead."

Buttler took extra satisfaction from beating Bangladesh after a heated confrontation with several players, whom he felt took their celebrations too far, following his dismissal in Sunday's second ODI.

Buttler regrets exchange in fiery ODI defeat

Buttler was officially reprimand by the ICC, although opposite number Mashrafe Mortaza and Sabbir Rahman were fined 20 per cent of their match fees.

When asked if it felt like England had enjoyed the last laugh, Buttler said: "It does a bit. It's definitely nice to win, especially after what happened.

"In a three-match series, when you get to 1-1, it's great to win. It does feel pretty sweet to win the series. It was (nice to shake hands) and to look a few in the eye and say 'well played'."