Dwayne Bravo wants to help Worcestershire Rapids end the Vitality Blast campaign on a high note, with three of their remaining four matches at New Road.

The Rapids entertained Yorkshire Vikings yesterday and visit Birmingham Bears today before home encounters with Lancashire Lightning (July 1) and Notts Outlaws (July 3).

West Indies star Bravo showed his class with spells of 2-15 v Northamptonshire Steelbacks and 2-28 versus Derbyshire Falcons.

He said: "It hasn’t been the best start for us obviously in the first few games and has been tough for us.

"But now we have to go and play like a mini tournament in the remaining games.

"We need to ensure we finish on a high and not worry about where we are standing in the table.

"We have to try and get some processes right and try to win some games."

Bravo has played 538 T20 matches in his distinguished career but insists: “I’m still loving the game. I will carry on as long as my body allows. I’m still enjoying it, and I’m still competing.

"It brings the best out of me, and I’m still having fun. I’m older now and not as quick as before, so I have to top up on my skills and be more accurate and clear in my plans.

"My game is basically designed to shut games down by bowling at the death with different variations.

"It is about my experience and knowledge and the fact I still want to compete and do well and win.

"I still have a lot of pride in my performance and how I play and want to help the Rapids win some games."