LAHORE Pakistan cricket team captain Shahid Afridi has said one of his immediate priorities as the leader of the team is to ensure his players dont get involved in unruly behaviour during their tour. Pakistan cricket has had its reputation in tatters of late with a history of infighting within the team and Afridi sent out a warning to his teammates before departing for the Asia Cup that any indiscipline will not be tolerated. The squad for the tournament in Sri Lanka includes two controversial players Shoaib Malik and Shoaib Akhtar, who have been accused of either flouting team rules or creating rifts within the team. Before leaving for Sri Lanka to play in the Asia Cup, Afridi said he had a word with both in particular and expected them to set a better example going forward. In the training camp I spoke to Shoaib and also Malik and explained the new set of rules that we expect them to follow in the team, Afridi said. I explained that being senior players I require their support to introduce a new culture in the team. The board has also made it clear that the captain and the manager have full authority to take action against any player they feel is getting out of line. Pakistans turbulent tour of Australia earlier this year resulted in several senior players, including Afridi, being fined or banned indefinitely for various offences. After the players appealed, the PCB reduced and wrote off the punishments of five players. The indefinite ban on former captain Younus Khan was lifted, Maliks one-year ban was removed, the Rs three million fine on captain Afridi, for ball-tampering, was revoked entirely while the fines on the Akmal brothers for acts of indiscipline were reduced. Following the retirement of Mohammad Yousuf, who was also banned indefinitely, Afridi was appointed captain in all formats for the Asia Cup and for the tour of England. Aiming to make a fresh start, Afridi called on his players to put the past behind them and perform well. We have enormous talent and we have some exciting new players coming up. I am confident that if we play as a unit we can beat any one in the world.