LAHORE - Pakistan batsman Mohammad Yousuf is not disgruntled even though he was dropped after being selected for the four-nation Twenty20 cricket tournament in Toronto as the Canadian High Commission refused to issue his visa. "I am happy that finally the selectors did consider me for this brand of the game. I am satisfied they considered me for the Toronto tournament. But the board knows what happened with the visas," Yousuf said. "I don't know the reasons as yet and I will try to find out. But I am just happy to be playing in the domestic T20 championship and to see my team reach the semi-finals," he said. Yousuf was among the three players, who were not issued visas by the Canadian high commission in Islamabad which led to an inordinate delay in the announcement of the team. The PCB has not outlined the reasons why the Canadian officials had not given visa to Yousuf and two other players but sources say it had something to do with Yousuf's religious tours to the northern areas and earlier to Canada with former Pakistan Test cricketer Saeed Anwar. Yousuf said he had enjoyed the experience of T20 cricket and found it to be demanding and enjoyable. "I think what is apparent is that now even T20 cricket is now becoming a form of the game where you have to play sensible cricket, in which you have to bowl properly and bat properly and it is no longer bang bang all the time," he said. To his bad luck, he was among the 15 cricketers picked up for the Toronto event by the selectors but had to be replaced by rookie batsman Shoaib Khan because of the visa issues. As usual sources said there were issues between the selectors and the board management over the composition of the team with the selectors picking off spinner Saeed Ajmal in the 15-member squad but his name was omitted by the sports ministry and PCB officials. The list of the team members was sent to the Sports Ministry for final approval. Meanwhile, captain Shoaib Malik recently told a television channel the team was the choice of the selectors and not his.