Bangladesh, perennial minnows in the cricket world, made a glorious start at the World Cup with a five-wicket win over India in their opening match on Saturday.
"This victory has brightened our chances for a full-fledged tour of India in the near future," Bangladesh Cricket Board chief executive officer Mahmudur Rahman told AFP Wednesday.
"Certainly our case has been strengthened with this win and India will now look at it with importance," he said, adding the victory also reflected the country's growing cricket potential.
India was the opponent when Bangladesh played its debut Test match at home soon after the country was inducted as the 10th Test cricket nation in late 2000.
Since then, India has visited Bangladesh once, and has also announced the date for a three-week tour to Bangladesh in May this year.
But India is the only country among the Test-playing nations which has not hosted any Test series against Bangladesh at home, a fact that recently drew sharp criticism from some of Bangladesh's cricket experts.
Under the six-year Future Tour Program (FTP) announced by the International Cricket Council, each Test playing nation is obligated to play a home-away Test series against all other Test playing nations.
But Rahman said India had not announced any date for Bangladesh, although officials of both countries discussed the issue recently in South Africa.
Rahman said the cricket calendar in India was crowded as the country was the most sought-after Test playing nation.