LAHORE - Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt claimed there was complete harmony in the team after he held one-on-one meeting with all the Sri Lanka touring team members. Reports of disharmony were floating during the Pakistan and Sri Lanka away series, which the green shirts lost. And even during the series Pakistan captain Younis Khan expressed his displeasure over the non-performing senior players and vice captain. Reports said that the senior players including former captain Shoaib Malik and vice captain Misbahul Haq had developed differences with the captain and are not cooperating with him. Pakistan lost the Test series 2-0 and One-day International series 3-2 to Sri Lanka and won just the last two ODIs and the only T20 match. The PCB denied any split in the team in a statement and said: "The Chairman PCB had one-on-one meetings last week with Pakistan team management and players in Karachi. "The meetings were held with a view to substantiate the rumors in the media about rifts within the Pakistan team," the statement said. Chairman PCB commenting on the meetings said: "Having met with manager, coach, assistant coach, captain and other team members on the Sri Lanka tour, I can say with absolute confidence that there is total harmony in the team." "They were united and played as a unit. Players are now preparing for the ICC Champions Trophy 2009 in South Africa where they are aiming to repeat their ICC World T20 2009 performance," he added. Pakistan is expected to announce the final 15-man squad for the September 22-October 5 trophy later this week.