Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Najam Sethi has expressed his desire to see Karachi Kings captain Imad Wasim leading the national side in the future as well.
“Imad Wasim is in my eye as somebody who can lead Pakistan in future,” said Sethi, while addressing a press conference at the Pakistan Super League trophy unveiling ceremony held on Tuesday.
The PCB chief praised former Kiwis skipper and current Lahore Qalandars captain Brendon McCullum, and was of the view that Brendon will be instrumental in persuading his side to visit Pakistan and play a couple of matches in Lahore.
"Brendon is as fit as ever and I tell you he wont let anyone off the hook when he is on the field. It is good to have a representation from New Zealand and I hope the New Zealand team will come over and play a match or two in Lahore," said Sethi.
"And I am sure Brendon will help me persuade them [New Zealand]," he added.
Earlier, the PCB chief has confirmed that West Indies will be touring Pakistan towards the end of March for a three-match T20I series in Lahore.
Meanwhile, the third edition of the much-awaited T20 tournament will commence from February 22, with a kickoff match between reigning champions Peshawar Zalmi and debutants Multan Sultans.