LAHORE - Director-General Pakistan Cricket Board Javed Miandad has alleged that efforts were on to destabilise the current set up of the cricket board and refuted suggestions that he was not getting along well with other officials. "There is a move on to destabilise the Board and make it seem as if the officials are not working and coordinating together. But the fact is the Chairman (Ejaz Butt) has full faith in me and we have a very good relationship and everyone is doing the job assigned to him," Miandad said. "Look, we also know that if we as former players can't do something good in our terms in the board then no one will have faith in us in future," he added. The former Pakistan captain also sought to downplay the fact that he was not consulted while awarding the central contracts to Pakistan cricketers. "I have no issues with not being involved in the central contracts process as I have been given other more important tasks. And the Chairman has not asked me to not speak to the media. This is not true," Miandad said. Miandad also revealed that he was yet to sign a contract with the PCB as its Director General. "I don't think this is such a big issue. I am happy to be working for the betterment of cricket in Pakistan. I will finalise my contractual terms soon with the board," he said.Sources say that Miandad has asked for a hefty salary package which the Chairman has yet to approve. Miandad had to leave his position as Pakistan team coach thrice between 1998 and 2004 after problems with the Board and players. But Miandad insisted this time he was facing no such issues in the Board and was doing his best to reorganise the domestic cricket structure and improve things in other areas. Miandad said there was a lobby trying to create the impression that things were getting out of control in the board, which was heading for a split. "Everything is fine and hopefully things will improve with time," he said. He said he agreed with the policy of the PCB Chairman which stopped officials and players from giving statements to the media. "This only adds to the confusion. I agree there should be only one official spokesman of the board."