India skipper Virat KOhli was all praise for Saini and felt the 26-year-old is hungry to prove himself.
Speaking at the post-match presentation on Saturday, Kohli lauded Saini's effort and said: "The bowlers were on top throughout. He (Saini) is from Delhi. He is a raw talent, has raw pace. He is one of them who can bowl 150 clicks and there are hardly any who bowl at that pace and he is fit."
"He is someone who can build a name for himself and he is hungry as well. Hopefully he builds on from here," added the India skipper.
Batting first, West Indies could only manage to post 95/9 in their 20 overs before India also made a heavy weather of the small target and Kohli looked unhappy with the wicket conditions here.
"The pitch wasn't great to be honest, but they couldn't have done much with all the rain around and the covers being on for three odd days. They did a good job to get the game started," expressed he.
"We would have liked to chase this four down maximum, that's how this pitch was. It was tough to get your shots away with the old ball. We just want to contribute as a team in the second game," Kohli concluded.
( With inputs from IANS )