Veteran Pakistan middle-order batsman Younis Khan has given his decision regarding drawing curtains down on his career.

According to sources, Khan will continue as long as he is enjoying the game. Sports organizer Nadeem Omar has honoured the legendary batsman with cash award and gold medal for reaching the milestone of 100 Tests during the recent series in Sri Lanka.

Younis Khan  said, "Pakistan will become a great team if we win in England and Australia."

Younis scored 171 to play a pivotal role in Pakistan’s remarkable fourth-innings record chase in the final Test in Pallekele.

"I will go on my own terms and want to see and contribute to Pakistan wins in Australia and England," he concluded.

The 37-year-old, has been a foundation in Pakistan's top order for more than 15 years and is considered the team's sole remaining batting great.

He is now also just 19 runs shy of countryman Javed Miandad's Test tally of 8,832, the Pakistan record.