A candidate for the Pakistan coaching job, Mohsin Khan insists he will not be interviewed by Ramiz Raja and Wasim Akram for the vacant position as they are his 'juniors'.
A former right-handed batsman who played 48 Tests and 75 ODIs for Pakistan between 1977 and 1986, Mohsin has already had a stint as national coach, in the 2011-2012 season, guiding the Asian side to series victories over Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and England.
The Pakistan head coach role is currently vacant after Waqar Younis resigned following a disastrous World T20 campaign in India where they only won one game.
Raja and Akram are on the Pakistan Cricket Board's committee tasked to find and interview potential coaching candidates but Mohsin feels they are juniors as he finished his playing career as they were just starting.
Mohsin said: "I won't be interviewed by my juniors; there's simply no possibility of that.
"Both cricketers in the committee started their careers towards the end of mine. If I apply, I will address my application to the chairman only."