"We are going to pick our best team and make sure we go into that series with the strongest squad", Root said.
Root's unbeaten 100 helped England secure an eight-wicket triumph in the series decider, with the Yorkshireman recording a second successive century following his unbeaten 113 at Lord's on Saturday. Root was on 96 with England needing only one run to win.
Test skipper Root hit the winning boundary to reach three figures and end India's run of nine straight bilateral ODI series wins.
England bowlers Adil Rashid and David Willey grabbed three wickets each and India captain Virat Kohli made 71 as the touring side scored 256 for eight in the deciding one-day worldwide on Tuesday.
It was a reminder that although he may not be the biggest hitter, there is still a place for Root's stylish, more traditional, approach in the white-ball game, with his 13th hundred putting him ahead of Marcus Trescothick as England's leading ODI century-maker.
He has since pleaded not guilty to the charge, with his trial set to start on 6 August - the day after the scheduled 1-5 August first Test at Birmingham's Edgbaston ground is due to end.
In an exceptionally dry English summer, India's spinners - which include Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin, third and fifth on the ICC Test rankings - will pose a major threat, but Root said he had focused on the basics of footwork rather than using the spin-bowling machine Merlyn to practise against. Including highlights, interviews, features getting you closer to the England team and county players.
"It's two very good sides - when they're on top, they really are on top, you keep your foot on the throat and don't let opposition up", said Wood. He wants the ball all the time.
"You'd think if you were going to do a celebration like that, you'd have smacked it 30 yards.it was just an absolute vehicle crash".
'You can see when he's on the cricket field he's fully engaged with what's going on.