Karachi, Sept.17 (ANI): Pakistan Test captain Misbah-ul Haq has revealed that he has no plans to retire right now, insisting that he is just focusing on the upcoming three-match series against England.
The veteran batsman also said that he would review his future after the series against the Alastair Cook-led side next month, the Express Tribune reported.
The 41-year-old had earlier said that he wanted to retire at the end of this year after playing his last series against India. However, the escalating tension between the two nations along the border has put the proposed series in jeopardy.
Misbah admitted that it would be quite challenging to lead the Pakistan team, adding that his side had been performing extremely well in the Test matches despite not playing at home since 2009.
Pakistan will play three Test matches, four ODIs and three T20 internationals against England from October 13 in the United Arab Emirates. (ANI)