LAHORE (Agencies) - Pakistan Cricket Board's outgoing chairman Ijaz Butt says the spot-fixing scandal, which led to three of the country's top players being banned, was the biggest disappointment of his three-year tenure. Butt said he considered crushing players' power and politics in the Pakistan team as the greatest achievements of his tenure that ended on October 8. "Yes if you say regrets than the spot-fixing scandal that led to the ban on three of our top players was very disappointment and hurts even now. I would have also liked to see the resumption of bilateral cricket ties with India," Butt said in an interview. Ijaz, whose term was full of controversies insisted that after the Mumbai terror attacks the cricket relations with India suffered a lot. "But after that the situation was not in the hands of either our board or that of the Indian board. Things are dealt at the government level. But yes I was encouraged by the progress we made after the 2011 World Cup semifinal in Mohali and I am pretty confident bilateral ties will resume soon," Butt said.