Karachi: Pakistan's under-fire skipper Misbah-ul-Haq has made it clear that he was not worried about losing the captaincy and was ready to serve the national cricket team in any capacity.
Misbah, who has come under severe criticism for his defensive methods, insisted he was under no pressure because of the reaction that had come after Pakistan lost the second Test to lowly ranked Zimbabwe in Harare and levelled the two-match series 1-1. (Related: Shahid Afridi wants to captain again)
"I have never asked for the captaincy or demanded it. Even now it is for the Pakistan Cricket Board to decide on the captaincy issue. Whatever they decide is acceptable to me," Misbah told reporters after arriving in Lahore from India where he led the Pakistan domestic T20 champions, Faisalabad Wolves in a disappointing Champions League campaign.