I have hope that I will make a comeback — Moin Khan

Moin Khan-Pic. AP

Emphasising that he still has a lot of motivation and passion for the game, former Pakistan captain Moin Khan has said that he has no grouse with current incumbent Rashid Latif and was willing to play a part in the team's rebuilding process.

"I have no grouse with Rashid Latif. He got his chance and grabbed it. He has performed," said Moin, a former wicketkeeper, who was part of the team's World Cup triumph in 1992 but ignored for the event in South Africa.

The 31-year-old Moin said despite Latif performing well behind the stumps, he was hopeful of making a comeback. "I am neither dejected nor have lost hope after being ignored for selection even after the World Cup. I have eternal hope that I will make a comeback soon to the team," he said.

"Disappointments are part of an international cricketer's life and we learn to accept them. But we have to fight on for another day." Moin said. He still plays the game with a lot of passion and with his experience can contribute in the rebuilding process of the team. "The fact that I still have a lot of passion and motivation left for the game and the fact that I am still very much active on the domestic circuit means I will never be out of sight or mind of the selectors," said Moin, who has played in 63 Tests and 190 one-day internationals for Pakistan.

"I think at my age and with my experience I can contribute a lot in the rebuilding process of the team although I don't necessarily agree with the decision to sack eight senior players at a time."