Pakistan's morale is good despite the chaos surrounding the team and the sudden departure of wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider to England, coach Waqar Younis said on Thursday. "Morale is pretty good. What happened in the last four or five months, it's not ideal, not what we want, but we are all professional," he told a news conference in Dubai the day before the start of a two-test series against South Africa. "If we deliver the goods tomorrow we stand a good chance. We've got a fairly good side," Younis said. Pakistan's Cricket Board (PCB) said on Wednesday it had suspended Haider's contract after failing to make contact with him following his departure to England where he is seeking asylum.