ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - Pakistan chief selector Mohsin Khan is unhappy with some of the players selected for the Test series against West Indies and says he will "resign if they are not replaced by Wednesday afternoon." Mohsin said on Tuesday that his selections were ignored in the 15-member squad for the two-Test series. He says he will give a news conference on Wednesday evening. The Pakistan Cricket Board has picked uncapped wicketkeeper Mohammad Salman instead of Adnan Akmal, who took 16 catches plus one stumping in four tests against South Africa and New Zealand. The first test against West Indies begins at Guyana on May 12.