West Indies skipper Jason Holder, pleased with his side’s Test series win against England, has gone on to say that the his team’s next goal is actually to become the best Test side in the world.
Even though the West Indies lost the third Test in the absence of suspended Holder, their wins at Barbados and Antigua ensured them a rare series triumph.
"We have got to keep improving in the three facets of the game and be clinical and lot more consistent. Our bowlers have done an outstanding job. It is up to our batsmen to contribute more,” Holder was quoted as saying in an AFP report.
"We need to continue to build and not rest on our laurels. Our number one goal is to be the number one team in the world so there is a lot to improve on,” he went on to add.
Interestingly, West Indies will not play another Test till the World Cup, the preparations for which begin with a five-match ODI series against England.
--By A Cricket Correspondent