Calcutta: West Indies are raring to go out and register a rare Test series victory by beating New Zealand in the third and final Test, beginning at the Kensington Oval, Barbados, on Thursday.
Playing their 50th Test at the Kensington Oval, West Indies would certainly want to finish the game on a good note.
“To win by 10 wickets was brilliant and we are looking forward to the next game
“It has also given us confidence… We’re raring to go,” Gibson said.“I think the cricket that we played in Trinidad is how we actually want to play.
“Obviously, the opposition is not going to allow you to play that sort of cricket all the time. But that’s the cricket we want to play and that’s what we will set out to do.
“After (the loss in) Jamaica, we were obviously very disappointed with how we performed.”
“We sat and spoke about the response that was needed and it was good to see the guys respond.”