Guyana Amazon Warriors have their sights set on the final of the inaugural Caribbean Premier League after securing their spot in the semis of the tournament on Thursday but captain Ramnaresh Sarwan says despite their success, his side will remain firmly grounded as they know the job is unfinished.
"What we're doing is taking it step by step. We're just focussing on our goal and the process," said the experienced middle order batsman. "We would love to be in the final. We're in the semi-finals so I think it is just a matter of taking the next game that we've got in stride and trying to continue with this momentum. We don't want to be looking too far ahead of ourselves. I think for us it has been a process and we just want to continue that process."
Guyana secured their semi-final spot when they beat Jamaica Tallawahs by five runs on Thursday at Sabina Park. The victory was their second in a row and their fourth in six games in the competition, carrying them level with leaders Barbados Tridents on eight points.