West Indies skipper Jason Holder has called for his team to be more consistent ahead of their second and final Test against India. “I think the positive thing in any context of things. We didn't play good enough cricket. If you look at the cricket in the last two years we definitely reached our potential. In the last Test match, you know we definitely have a lot more to take than that. It's just a matter of being consistent, you know. I have urged to the guys, that it's about being patient for a long period of times against good squads,” Holder said in the pre-match press conference.