LAHORE: Pakistan former captain Younis Khan said he was completely fit to play cricket for another 10 years, ARY News reported Tuesday.
Talking to media at Ghaddafi Stadium Lahore, the veteran test batsman said he did not want to retire after being dropped from the national side.
Khan said he wanted to play in the World Cup next year and thought he deserved a recall to Pakistan's limited-overs squad after playing more than a decade of international cricket.
He said whatever cricket he played in the next two years should be good. "I will [prefer] walk away myself instead of being axed.''
Khan remains among the fittest of players in the national training camps and is still a regular member of the test team.
He quit T20s in 2009 after leading Pakistan to victory in the World Twenty20 in England.