ISLAMABAD (APP) - Former Pakistan batting great and PCB general manager superstar Javed Miandad, says he would impart tips to the national team as part of overall strategy in the run-up to its title campaign for the next month's Champions Trophy. "Not just batting but I will be available for coaching tips in other departments such as bowling, fielding etc. Besides helping to devise strategy for victory in the Champions Trophy", Pakistan's most-prolific batsman ever said on Friday. To a question, he said a decision had not yet been made whether he would proceed to South Africa where the Champions Trophy starts at two venues, Johannesburg and Centurion, on September 23. "It doesn't matter whether I will go or not", he said. "I will be available for help in preparing the team and I will utilise my best abilities towards this end". He said lending his services in the capacity of Batting Advisor at different levels of national cricket under-19, under-16, National Team etc. To a question, Miandad said he would be available for the South Africa-bound squad as soon as the conditioning camp gets underway for the selected 15-member team. Meanwhile, former Chief Selector Abdul Qadir questioned the wisdom of dropping all rounder Abdul Razzaq and opening batsman Salman Butt for the Champions Trophy. "Champions Trophy is an important event and experience of these players would have proved beneficial for the team", Qadir said. "I am disappointed that Razzaq had been dropped after making good his comeback to the Pakistan team". Similarly, he said, Salman Butt was a regular opener and would have proved his worth ahead of some makeshift openers.