LAHORE Pakistan football teams coaching consultant Graham Roberts has said that he accepted the Pakistan job because of the challenge it posed for him as a qualified coach. The 24-team football tournament of the 16th Asian Games takes place from November 7 to 26 in Guangzhou (China), with the event running from November 12-27. Pakistan are placed in Group F with Thailand, Oman and Maldives in the tournament, which is similar to the Olympics in that it is run as an under-23 tournament with three over-aged players allowed per squad It has nothing to do with money. I had a chance to have an interview for two jobs in England and I turned them down because I wanted to have a chance of doing this, Roberts said. I want a challenge and it will be great experience for me with the Pakistan boys. Im not an easy-going person and I just thought if I can do this, other things will come my way anyway, he said. Roberts who won eight caps for England and also won two FA Cups and a UEFA Cup with Spurs in the 1980s said he wanted to help raise the countrys football profile. PFF President, Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat said the presence of Roberts would boost Pakistan football and also serve as a confidence booster for the players.