The remark from Carlos Brathwaite came after England showed no desire to call the match early, despite it nearing a draw.
England declared its second innings at 349/6 just before lunch and gave West Indies a tempting target of 286 from 70 overs to win.
The West Indies, in reply to England's 311, resumed Day 3 on 202/4 and reached 373/9 at stumps with Nkrumah Bonner scoring 123 runs.
In reply to England’s 311, West Indies were 127/4 at one stage before Jason Holder and Nkrumah Bonner stitched 75 runs for the unbroken fifth stand.
West Indies held on to draw the first Test after England made a bold declaration on the final day. Catch cricket scores of WI vs ENG.
West Indies will play three ODIs against India on February 6, 9 and 11 in Ahmedabad. The squad for the T20I series will be announced later.