The morale-shattering 103-run loss to West Indies in the fourth one-dayer, notwithstanding, India's vice-captain Harbhajan Singh has exuded confidence that the visitors will sign off the series on a winning note in the fifth and final ODI on Thursday.
The loss in the fourth ODI in Antigua on Monday will have no impact on the outcome of the series as India had already pocketed the rubber by taking an unassailable 3-1 lead but Harbhajan said a 4-1 series win is what they are eyeing.
"If we keep it simple and stick to the basics, we will get the right results and that would be nice so we can finish the series on a good note and take a 4-1 victory," said the off-spinner.
"We are looking to give our best shot and win the last match," Harbhajan said.
Harbhajan, who has taken four wickets and scored 47 runs in the series so far, said he always enjoy playing in the West Indies.
"I have enjoyed every moment playing in the West Indies and this is probably the best place to play cricket. Here in Kingston is an exciting venue and I have played here in previous tours also," he said.
Following the conclusion of the ODIs, the three-match Test series between the two sides will begin at the Sabina Park here from June 20.