Mumbai: Embattled West Indian fast bowler Jerome Taylor, who was recently engaged in a war of words with the West Indies Cricket Board over fitness, says he is ready for national duty if his services are required.
The Jamaican was of the view that the struggling West Indies can turn the tables on the world's No. 1 Test team India, when they cross swords in a three-match series in the Caribbean in June-July.
"I am always looking forward to play cricket for the West Indies. I'm looking forward to play against India if selected. It is not in my hands. I just have to make sure that I do what's necessary on my part and leave the rest to the selectors, whether they find me fit to select or not.