“Things have been steadily improving,” Gayle said on Thursday (July 13). “Things are beginning to open up a little more now between players and the board. It’s looking good, and we’ve to try and build from this to get the best players out on the field.”
“The fans were happy to see me back on the field representing West Indies. Hopefully, things can get better. Hopefully I can play a few more games. I definitely want to play the 2019 World Cup”
The Windies are due to tour England in August for a full series across all formats. Gayle noted that efforts are being made to put the best eleven on the field, as soon as possible, with the global event – 2019 World Cup – lurking around.
“I can’t get into specific details, just from the little I’ve experienced since coming back, it’s been good. There’s still more discussion to be done. It’s positive. That’s the good thing about it. We’ve to just look to carry on from here. Once we are guided with the rules, if it is going to change fully, we’ll know how to take things further,” he informed.