LAHORE Pakistan cricket team manager Yawar Saeed has denied reports of his resignation from his post as manager on Tuesday. Some media reports had claimed that Saeed had submitted his resignation to PCB chairman Ijaz Butt and the resignation has come in the wake of match-fixing allegations that have rocked the cricketing world. But Yawar denied all the reports and said that he would only be asking the chairman about his future as manager of the team. The scandal of match-fixing has led to the suspension of star cricketers Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamir. Scotland Yard is conducting an investigation into the allegations that say that the three cricketers were involved in spot-fixing during the series that is being played against England this month. According to reports, Saeed said that he wanted to step down from his position after the current tour ends, as he is looking to do something new after serving the national team for 26 years. The final One Day International (ODI) match in the Pak-England series will be held on Wednesday (tomorrow). Yawar said that he did not say at any point that he was not in a position to carry on as manager. I always ask the chairman at the conclusion of the tour and it is wrong that I have resigned, he added.