Wellington, March 21: Newly-appointed West Indies skipper Jason Holder said that he would like to keep leading the Caribbean side despite losing the World Cup quarter-fil on Saturday.
“Of course I will like to keep the job. As a youngster I always dreamt of leading West Indies and I am here doing it. I don’t think I have done too badly. I have a lot of confidence we can go upwards,” Holder said at the post-match presentation ceremony.
“Guptill played brilliantly. We put him down early. A set batsman on that pitch is dangerous. We failed to bowl yorkers which did hurt us,” the 23-year-old skipper said.
Being a young captain who was given the responsibility of captaining the Windies, Holder said that the journey has been enjoyable and he has learned a lot and is confident of a better show in the future. IANS