The time he looked in the insights of the team he realized that his bowling is the main reason which is taking his down. Though his team had the services of Andy Roberts and Michael holding but still he searched about two months and got the best team in shape by including Colin Croft and Joel Garner. In this way he got a foursome of fast bowling in his team. This became the most dangerous attack of that time. This shows his captaincy skills, despite of quitting he took a stand and overcame all his flows and made a real great team which played 27 test matches in a row ending up with 0 defeats and 11 victories as well. He took his team to a next level of cricket and captained the team till 1985 and that was the time by which West Indian team was at its peak. Lloyd led his team for a very long period of time and won two world cups for his team and ended up as a runner up in the third one. From 1980 till 1995 was the peak time of the West Indian era, during this time they were never defeated in a home series and over all they just lost 4 series out of 26 played. It won’t be wrong saying that he was one of the best captains of all times who took his team from no-where to the peak of success. He was always known for his excellent captaincy skills and he was the one who use to take stand for his players. All the greats from the West Indies were given a chance to play by Lloyd. In his holidays he use to visit local islands and he use to look for talented players and then use to give them chance to play for the international team as well. As a captain he was outstanding but as a player, he was brilliant as well. He played 110 test matches and scored 7515 runs including some real great knocks under pressure that led the team to victory. As per the stats he is the third most successful captain of all times followed up by Viv Richard and Steve Waugh as well.