New England coach Peter Moores admits the team needs some stability during the summer.
Moores regained his previous role following the departure of Andy Flower, who left in the wake of a disastrous Ashes winter, which signalled the end for a number of England's old guard.
Kevin Pietersen's international career was cut short by selectors, while Graeme Swann announced his retirement during the tour and Jonathan Trott has taken a break from the game due to mental illness.
There have been calls for a major overhaul as England start the new era against Sri Lanka and India, but Moores does not want to lose many more of his established players.
"We certainly don't want change for change's sake," he said.
"We are not looking to change everything - what we are trying to create is the right balance of some great experience we don't want to lose and some freshness."
Captain Alastair Cook admitted he considered quitting amidst the wreckage of England's Ashes bid, but Moores is confident he can lead the side to more success on the pitch.
"With Alastair Cook and me, we are building a new relationship - and it feels exciting," he said.
"We want to build an environment and a way of playing that fits the new team."
Paul Farbrace will assist Peter Moore as he prepares England for impending games against the Sri Lankans.
But he warned about the dangers of an extensive coaching set-up, insisting that players need clear direction on the pitch.
"My basic rule of thumb when you are preparing, a big resource of coaches is fine," he said.
"But when you are actually playing you have to be careful there aren't too many people around, because the players forget to connect to each other.
"The most important thing is that you play as a team.
"Eleven blokes go and play against the opposition - coaches don't play the game.
"So you don't want the player connecting to a coach or multiple coaches rather than his team-mates - the job is that the players unite to play the game."