ISLAMABAD - Pakistan cricket captain Younus Khan has said that he would not change his decision of quitting the Twenty 20 cricket after winning the T20 World Cup 2009. While talking to reporters at Benazir Bhutto International Airport he said that he had yet to suggest names for the future captaincy. "It is up to Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to chose the leader of the team for shortest version of game for the upcoming international events," he added. Khan said Pakistan's performance in the T20 World Cup was the result of team work. "Our boys toiled hard to win the title for Pakistan and the whole nation supported and encouraged us. Afrid, Kamran, Malik did well in batting while Afridi, Saeed, Umer Gul and Muhammad Aamir produce good results with the ball. All the boys gave their best in the field to overcome the top cricket teams of the world, "he maintained. Younus further said that he was optimistic about Pakistan's chances ahead of this event. "We toiled hard in all departments of game including bowling, batting and fielding. The whole team fought bravely against the best teams of the world," he said. Later, Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ijaz Butt said that he would try to convince Younis Khan to lead green shirts in twenty games. Talking to reporters, he added Younus was a great player and had good leadership abilities. "I hope I will convince him," he said. Chairman PCB further said that the victory in world cup was possible due to collective efforts by the all members of the team. "The national cricket team have gifted the victory to whole nation. We should enjoy, the notable performance of the national cricket team for a long time, "he viewed. Butt said that the security was still a problem for Pakistan. "I don't think any major decision regarding World Cup 2011 would come in the meetings of the ICC regarding World Cup. However, most of the issues have already been settled, "he maintained.