Melbourne : West Indies skipper Jason Holder believes that his side are ‘just one good performance from turning things around’ despite their humiliating defeat in the opening Test against Australia in Hobart.
West Indies, which are currently ranked eighth in Tests, have won their last five-day format series in Australia in 1992.
As the tourists are preparing to bounce back in the Boxing Day Test, the 24-year-old bowler urged his side to remain upbeat for the upcoming matches, News.com.au reported.
The miserable defeat in the opening Test triggered widespread criticism from former greats on the current plight of the islanders’ stand in the international cricket.
Describing Windies as a `young` team, Holder called on his side to become a bit more disciplined than they were in the first Test.
The right-hander further admitted that his side were extremely inexperienced, adding that they needed some more time to fully apply themselves at the international level.
West Indies are currently trailing 0-1 in the three-match series.