|West Indies v England, first ODI|
|Venue: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua Date: Friday, 3 March Start: 13:30 GMT|
|Coverage: Ball-by-ball Test Match Special commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, Radio 4 LW, online, tablets, mobiles and BBC Sport app; live text commentary on the BBC Sport website|
England all-rounder Ben Stokes says he has grown up as his side prepare to start their one-day series against West Indies in Antigua on Friday.
Stokes, 25, was ruled out of the 2014 World Twenty20 after punching a dressing room locker in Barbados.
He was hit for four sixes in the last over of last year's World Twenty20 final as West Indies won the title.
"I'll still have that same desire and hunger and want to get into people's faces," he told Test Match Special.
Stokes was named vice-captain of the Test team under Joe Root last month, after deputising during England's one-day tour of Bangladesh in October.
"I like to think I've grown. I think that's just from playing more and getting a few demerit points and a few tellings-off after games," he said.
But the Durham man, who famously clashed with Marlon Samuels during England's Test tour of the West Indies in 2015, and again during the World T20 final, added: "That's what makes me the cricketer I am and I don't want to lose that.
"I'm probably going to have to take maybe a step back a few times."
No price-tag pressure for Stokes
Stokes is playing in his first series since he became the Indian Premier League's most expensive foreign player in February.
He was the subject of a bidding war between five IPL sides before Rising Pune Supergiants bought him for £1.7m.
Stokes says his England team-mates have joked about the fee paid for him.
"I found it tough to talk about but the group that we have, it's funny to be around them because it's just taking the mickey out of everyone," Stokes said.
"Everyone gets brought back down to earth. It's just the way we operate, which is why it's such a good environment to be in at the moment."
England won't take Windies lightly
England have won nine of their past 10 ODIs against West Indies and secured a 25-run victory when the two sides last met at the same venue in 2014.
West Indies are ranked ninth in the world in 50-over cricket, a standing that denied them a place in this year's Champions Trophy, and will field an inexperienced side after changes to national selection.
Players can only appear for the international side in limited-overs cricket if they have played the relevant format domestically in the Caribbean since 2010.
"We can't be going into this game thinking it's just going to be a walk in the park," Stokes added.
"We know how talented the West Indies team are - their batsmen can hit the ball out of the ground whenever they choose to and they've always had good quick bowlers."