Ernest Hilaire, the West Indies Cricket Board CEO, has said selectors should focus on selecting the 'best XI' for the West Indies team, one that was a strong collective unit rather than just comprising 11 star players.
Hilaire said the West Indies team has been steadily improving and is on the right path.
West Indies have been without the services of Chris Gayle since the 2011 World Cup, owing to his differences with the board, and Dwayne Bravo intermittently, due to his Twenty20 commitments elsewhere.
Australia toured West Indies recently and the hosts drew the ODI series but lost the Tests 0-2.
West Indies are now in England for a full tour.