Fast-starting Windies are here to win - Holder
Jason Holder was delighted to see West Indies deliver an opening performance against Pakistan that will increase talk of a Cricket World Cup title challenge.
The Windies dished out a seven-wicket thrashing after Pakistan bowled out for a measly 105 at Trent Bridge
Man-of-the-match Oshane Thomas took 4-27 before Chris Gayle made 50 as West Indies reached their target inside 14 overs.
Windies captain Holder says his side fancy their chances of going all the way and lifting the trophy.
"We wanted to start with a win, so I'm very happy that we started the tournament with a win," Holder said in the post-match presentation.
"It's been a long build-up. We've been anxiously waiting for this first game. It's good to get it out of the way and to be on the better side today.
"As long as we stay fit, we've definitely come here to win this World Cup. But we've got to play the cricket to say that. We don't want to get too far ahead of ourselves.
"As I've said, I have no expectations whatsoever - it's just for us to come out and enjoy our cricket and make the people back home proud."
Andre Russell took 2-4 in a brilliant three-over spell and Holder was impressed with how relentless his side as Pakistan were bounced out.
"[Russell] is an impact player. You all can see what he can do with the ball and, as well, with the bat," he said. "It's really good to see him coming and making that impact he did today.
"He was well followed up by Oshane, Sheldon started really well for us, and we were always in the game.
"In the past, we've probably let ourselves down in terms of letting teams get back into the encounter. But credit to the boys with the way we stuck to the task and finished it off."
Praise was also reserved for paceman Thomas, with Holder adding: "It's good to have a young quick in Oshane.
"We know he can be a bit expensive at times, but he's a genuine wicket-taker - and that's a gamble we're willing to take now in the modern-day format.
"With such high totals in cricket, you need to get wickets. That's one area that we wanted to highlight and pinpoint. We see him as an impact player and he came in today and did an outstanding job for us."
Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed merely wrote off the defeat as a "bad day" for his batsmen.
"I think today is a bad day for us," he said. "But I'm very confident my team will bounce back."