Kraigg Brathwaite has said that he is "very proud" after hitting the fourth Test century of his career for the West Indies in their second match against England in Grenada.
The opening batsman reached an unbeaten 101 in the second innings at the close of play on day four, making a draw the most likely outcome between the two sides ahead of the final day.
The 22-year-old told Sky Sports News: "I kept working hard and I'm very proud. I grew up watching England so I'm very happy to make a hundred.
"England were aggressive at the start and I thought they bowled really well. I learned my powers of concentration from my father, I used to bat really fast! We start afresh tomorrow and take it from there."
The West Indies will resume on 202-2, 37 runs ahead.