LAHORE A dejected former Pakistan skipper Younus Khan is planning to settle in England permanently after getting no positive response from the Pakistan Cricket Board. Younus had developed differences with PCB chairman Ijaz Butt and his close friend Yawar Saeed on his principal stance and now he is paying the price for it from last nine months or so. Younus was the captain of the Pakistan cricket team which won the ICC World Twenty20 in England last year but since then he lost his control in the team and after 2-1 lost against New Zealand in ODI series played in UAE, he stepped down as captain of Pakistan team. Younus looks to settle in Yorkshire where he had played a county season in 2007 and he had good memories with the team and the county. He has represented Pakistan in 63 Test matches and 202 one day internationals. Younus, as reports suggested, is very serious in shifting to England and he has already discussed the idea with his friends in England. He also played for Nottingham County in 2005 and for Surrey in 2010.