Gill's frequent dismissals by spinners in the Caribbean pitches, coupled with the upcoming ICC World Cup 2023 set to be played on spin-friendly Indian grounds, has raised some concerns. 

However, Nayar firmly believes in Gill's abilities and strong foundation and predicts a promising World Cup campaign for the young batsman.

"He's playing in the West Indies, not the easiest of conditions for batting in low scoring games. This experience is going to make him better. I think he's going to have a terrific World Cup," added Nayar.

Rinku Singh: The Dynamic No. 6

Nayar also shed light on the potential of Rinku Singh, a player known for his ability to dismantle bowlers while batting at No. 6. Singh's performances have caught the attention of selectors, and Nayar advocates for a prolonged opportunity for the young talent.

"There's a possibility that he may take a little more time (to adapt to international cricket), you know, because of his upbringing. But he is a terrific player. Anyone who averages 60 in First-Class cricket, 50 in List A and 30 in T20 is a terrific player," he said.

While the adjustment might require patience, Nayar is confident that Singh will add immense value to the team with his overall attitude and approach.

"So, I would love to have a long rope for him and, hopefully, the selectors will keep faith in him. Rinku is also someone who will add so much value to the team with his overall attitude," said Nayar.