NEW DELHI (Agencies) - Graeme Smith is determined to end his reign as South Africa's one-day captain in a blaze of glory by leading the Proteas to a first World Cup triumph. Smith, who will carry on as Test skipper, insisted there was no question of going back on his decision to relinquish a job he's held since succeeding Shaun Pollock after the ill-fated 2003 World Cup. "It's my opportunity to lead the team and leave it all out here," said the 30-year-old, ahead of his team's opening Group B clash against the West Indies. "To be honest with you, I am excited to be able to lead the guys. I have gained good experience through the other tournaments. In 2007 (when South Africa reached the semi-finals), in particular, I gained a lot. "I feel I am in the best place to lead the guys. I am really proud of the group that I have got around me.