West Indies captain Jason Holder believes his team is capable of ending the World Test Championship as the top four teams. The West Indies, currently ranked eighth in the ICC Test team rankings, beat Afghanistan by 9 wickets in the only Test here on Friday and Holder said it was a real goal for his team to stay in the top five of the World Test Championship.
The ICC quoted Holder as saying, 'I think it is not impossible for us to be ranked fourth or fifth in the world at the end of the Test Championship. This will be a big achievement in two years time. We have to play some tough series - against England and then South Africa will come. After this we have to go to New Zealand. These are all good cricket teams.
28 years old, holder saying, 'I don't think we can't beat him. We just have to make sure that we keep improving it. After doing this, we can challenge any team in the world. The real goal in two years will be to become the world's third or fourth team. The series against Afghanistan was not part of the World Test Championship but Holder believes that this experience will help him improve.