Wicketkeeper-batsman Denesh Ramdin has set some very definitive targets ahead of his return to the West Indies team for the tour of England.
Ramdin was picked ahead of Carlton Baugh, who paid the price for an inadequate series against the Australians recently, in a squad that also saw batsman Kraigg Brathwaite and leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo dropped.
Meanwhile, spinning all-rounder Marlon Samuels and the uncapped pair of batsman Assad Fudadin and fast bowler Shannon Gabriel were included.
The 27-year-old Ramdin, who hasn't played Test cricket for almost two years, was the recipient of one century and eight half-tons prior to his exit after the series against South Africa in 2010, when he managed just 63 runs in six innings.
The talented right-hander, though, has insisted he can grow that tally come the three matches against Andrew Strauss' men.
"I am looking to get at least three half-centuries and even a century and hopefully, help the team win," Ramdin told the Trinidad & Tobago Express.
"I am happy to be back in the set-up after being out of the team for so long. It feels good to be back and it is always good to get another chance at the highest level.
"Hopefully I can take advantage of the opportunity and cement my place in the Test team, at least for the next five or six years."
The first Test gets underway at Lord's on 17 May.