LAHORE Pakistan all-rounder Fawad Alam, who scored two centuries for National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, has said he is willing to bat at any position if he makes it back to the national side, reported Cricinfo on Sunday. Fawad was dropped from the one-day squad after scoring 54 in three matches in Sri Lanka in August and is hoping to get a recall for the series against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi next month. I have been asked to bat in a number of positions already in my career and as long as I am in the Pakistan team, I am more than happy to bat wherever my team needs me to bat, Alam said. My aim is to perform to the best of my ability in every match, whether its for my domestic team or for my country, I will always give 100 per cent effort. Pakistan cricket is going through yet another controversy as national captain Younus Khan offered his resignation following speculations about the teams exit from the Champions Trophy. The board is expected to take a decision on his captaincy on Monday. Alam hoped the outcome would be in the best interest of Pakistan cricket. Younus is a good captain and I hope he will continue as the skipper, Alam said. APP adds: The 24-year-old Karachi cricketer who has featured in 2 tests and 14 one day internationals for Pakistan added that his aim is to perform to the best of his ability in every match, whether it is for his domestic team or for country. I will always give 100% effort, he asserted. Fawad who is representing National Bank of Pakistan in the ongoing Quaid- e- Azam Trophy competition has hit consecutive centuries in his 2 innings in the competition further said : Im really pleased that I have hit back to back centuries. It was hard work out there and although the wicket at the Kaddafi Stadium gave plenty of assistance to the fast bowlers, I was middling the ball quite nicely. Hopefully I can continue this good form. Responding to a question about the ongoing controversy regarding Younus Khans offer of resignation Fawad stated I hope that whatever the outcome is, its in the best interests of Pakistan cricket. Younus is a good captain and I hope he will continue as the skipper.