Ottawo, Oct 13 : Pakistan cricket coach Geoff Lawson has rejected news reports claiming that he was planning to quit his post.
He said he had no intention of leaving his coaching position by resigning, and added that he would complete his two-year term with the PCB, reported The News.
Lawson said he had felicitated new PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt.
Commenting on news reports about his change, he said he was satisfied with the team's performance.
Lawson has completed one year as Pakistan cricket coach. Appointed in July last year, he succeeded Bob Woolmer, who died at the World Cup after collapsing in his Jamaica hotel room.
The 49-year-old, who took 180 wickets in 46 Test appearances in the 1980s, had signed for a two-year contract.