DHAKA - Pakistan head coach, Waqar Younis has expressed relief at finally securing a win on the Bangladesh tour as they swept aside the hosts by 328 runs in the second Test. "It feels good we won this Test and finally got a win. Our ranking in Test cricket remains good and that is a relief. I now want concentrate on building a strong one-day squad," the former Pakistan captain said.

"Our performance was truly 100 percent professional in this test and I think our bowlers really exploited the conditions well," he told Pakistani media in Mirpur.

Waqar acknowledged that there was pressure on the team management after Pakistan’s defeat in the one-day series and lone T20 match.

"We were aware off the criticism back home after the first Test where Bangladesh batted really well in the second innings on a slow and placid pitch. We knew it was important for Pakistan cricket to end the tour with a big win."

The former fast bowler said he was aware of what was being said about his performance and respected the opinion of critics. "But the truth is I now try to just focus on my work and do my best and ignore what is said about me or the team. Our main task is now to start preparing a good one-day side it is a format we have struggled in recent times and with so many ODIs and T20s being played now we need to set things right."