England lead the four match series 1-0 after defeating India by a massive 227 runs in the first Test.
India would be entering the Test series riding high on confidence following their remarkable win in the Border-Gavaskar series against Australia.
Broad had an amazing season for England this year as he finished with 29 wickets from five matches. Along the way, he also breached the 500 wicket mark in the longest format of the game.
He added that England prefer all-rounders like Chris Woakes in sub-continent conditions that might come in handy for them.
The pacer, who recently claimed over 500 Test wickets, was docked 15 per cent of his match fee for his send-off to Pakistan bowler Yasir Shah after dismissing him.
The prolific Pakistan batsman has now reached a half-century in five successive Test innings, with his previous five matches yielding four hundreds.
Broad believes he is bowling as well as ever and has never been fitter, returned to the side for the second and third Tests and played a key role as England hit back to win the series 2-1
I’m sure everytime I write something about @StuartBroad8, people relate to him getting hit for 6 sixes! Today I request all my fans to applaud what he has achieved! 500 test wickets is no joke-it takes hard work, dedication & determination. Broady you’re a legend! Hats off, tweeted Yuvraj Singh
Broad also became the second bowler from England to register 500 Test wickets. The achievement came after he dismissed Kraigg Brathwaite in the 14th over of the Windies' second innings.
Sachin, who had earlier backed Broad to come good in the second Test, said that the right-handed bowler was out on a mission and congratulated the England side for their "emphatic series win".
West Indies were left reeling at 10/2 at the end of third day's play, still needing 389 runs to win
At Stumps, the Windies were reeling at 10/2, still needing 389 runs for an improbable win with two days of play left