Bravo: I put West Indies first

West Indies all-rounder Dwayne
Bravo has dismissed a newspaper report that quoted him placing club cricket above
international appearances.

“I want to let all my fans and
people back home know that I have West Indies cricket at heart,” Bravo said.

“A paper quoted me saying that
Trinidad had to be first, Mumbai Indians second and the West Indies third in
priority which is a misprint.

“That can never be said my me.
I just want to get it cleared that I have West Indies at the top of my
heart,” insisted the 26-year-old Trinidadian who is playing for Mumbai Indians
in the Indian Premier League.

Bravo, who has played 34 Tests and
102 ODIs for the West Indies since his debut in 2004, said: “I just want
to apologise to everyone who feels offended, but it was not said by me.”