DHAKA - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan Wednesday said that actions regards to Pakistan team would be taken only after the series and also did come down hard on the team's fitness level.

“Our fitness levels are the worst internationally. It's much worse than what you have seen from Bangladesh. The people who meet the standards are the two oldest men, Misbah-ul-Haq and Younus Khan. We need to address this issue,” said Khan.

The PCB chief said the gap that had been created following the Bangladesh Cricket Board's decision to not send its team to Pakistan in 2012 has been covered and the two boards are looking for greater progress.

“We had a problem. Bangladesh were supposed to come in 2012, they couldn't for security and other reasons and since then there was a gap. I think this gap has been covered. Bangladesh are willing to reciprocate now and we are quite happy.”

The growing relationship could also mean a return for the Pakistani players in Bangladesh's domestic cricket league which, until 2012, featured a number of Pakistani players. “There is no ban from Pakistan on these cricketers. There won't be an issue,” said Khan.