OUR STAFF REPORTER KARACHI - Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ijaz Butt sounded satisfied man after completing his three-year tenure and has said that he discharged his duties to the best of his abilities He, however, acknowledged that every human being makes mistakes and he was no exception. I have no regrets whatsoever as I tried my level best and fulfilled my duties with honesty. I believe curbing the player-power is the highlight of my tenure as it paved the way for young blood, said Ijaz while talking to a private TV channel. Ijaz assumed the office of the PCB chairman on Oct 8th, 2008, and on the end of his tenure this month, it was reported that he sought an extension, however the former chairman denied the news item: I did not ask for an extension and in fact formally informed the President in September about my intentions, added Ijaz. The President even gave me an option to get another term and later resign after 6-7 months, however I had decided to focus on my business which has suffered, maintained a former wicketkeeper batsman who played in 8 Tests from 1959 to 1962. President Asif Ali Zardari, who is the Patron in Chief of PCB has on Tuesday appointed Zaka Ashraf as the new chairman of the board.