MUMBAI Early in his career Pakistani pace-bowler Mohammad Asif was compared to the Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath, known for his accuracy. On Sunday evening, team coach Intikhab Alam was also all praise for 27-year-old pacer. He is fantastic. He is becoming better and better, fitter and fitter, the coach said from his Wellington hotel room. A man who spent nearly 30 hours individually (highest compared to any of the Pakistan cricket team members) was over the moon when this correspondent apoke to him about Asif grabbing the Man of the Match award. Asif was hungry for a come back when he came to me for few sessions. I am very happy that he has been able to demonstrate his true potential during the New Zealand tour, Maqbool Max Babri, the psychologist, said from Thailand. Yes, he did have this desire to set new records and be the man of the match. I urged him to respect himself and his body even more. But, Babri further added, Asif is being told that he is a great bowler but must increase his body weight to be considered for the comeback. The team has no plan to celebrate the Test win over New Zealand. We shall celebrate the victory when the series is won at Napier, Intikhab said. When pointed about the poor fielding (the team dropped nearly half- a dozen catches), the coach said, We have been practising for close-in catches for about 45 minutes. It is very cold and wind is heavily blowing with a result the fielders are finding it difficult (to hold catches). Before leaving for Napier on Tuesday, the team has scheduled an optional practice on Monday, which would have been the last day of the low-scoring Test had it not been ended one day early. Those who could not play in the later part of the match, would practice on Monday, Intikhab added.