LAHORE - All-rounder Shahid Afridi raised a voice of dissent against captain Shoaib Malik and said that the dressing room culture in the current Pakistani squad is far from perfect. Afridi denied senior players forming groups against Malik in the side but said that there are certain problems in the dressing room. "I don't want to say much because I am a centrally contracted player with the board but I think that seniors should be treated with respect," Afridi was quoted by a website. "I think there are only two or three match-winners in the side. The captain should encourage them and consult them while making decisions on and off the field, because they are the ones who can win you matches," Afridi said. Citing his own example, Afridi said that he is consulted whenever he is in form but is conveniently forgotten at other times. "This should not happen. Even if a player is not performing, he must be backed and involved in everything," Afridi said. Asserting that he has nothing against Malik and his only concern was the team's well being, Afridi said the skipper should take the seniors into confidence. "He has done this in the past and he can do it again," he said. "The thing is that I am not getting a chance to bat at the position I want to. But hopefully I can play one good innings and get the confidence back and not let down my fans again," he said.