Kingston:West Indies captain Chris Gayle has admitted that his team needs to quickly sort out its weakness as his players are focused on bouncing back by winning against India in the four-match series beginning here on Friday.
"We were happy to be in the Twenty20 and happy to make the semi-finals but we're disappointed in the way we lost the game. We're now focused on rebounding by winning here against India," Gayle said.
"We're working hard to get a strong start on Friday and capitalise on that throughout the series," he added.
Gayle said India would be determined to prove a point against his team at the Sabina Park tomorrow while the hosts would want to belt as many win as possible making it a tough and interesting series.
"Both teams are looking to win and they (Indians) are trying to prove something against us. At the same time we want to get more wins under our belt and continue our development. It's going to be a tough series but we're excited about it and... want to... have fun and play some good cricket all around.
"We're really looking forward to it (series); it's going to be an interesting series. We've just finished with the Twenty20 (Championship) and we're now looking forward to this," Gayle said.
The Jamaican said his team is working hard to maintain a consistent winning record.
"There are always a lot of areas to work on in cricket; there's always room for improvement. We want to get our game sorted out as quickly as possible. I'm sure we'll get the job done," he said.