LAHORE Retired star batsman Muhammed Yousuf has conditioned his return to the game with request from the elders of his family and top officials from the PCB. Sources close to him said he would only come out of retirement if he was asked by the senior officials of the board. Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi reportedly talked to Yousuf but he turned down the new captains request. However, reports now suggested that he would think over his decision. Yousuf had retired from all forms of cricket in the protest against an indefinite ban imposed by him on the Pakistan Cricket Boards inquiry commissions report, which held him responsible for infighting in the team during the disastrous tour Down Under in January-February. According to sources, Afridi a day earlier contacted Yousuf and talked to his friends as well. Shahid Afridi said Yousufs elders assured that Yousuf would review his decision on retirement. The new captain Afridi said he wanted Muhammed Yousuf to be part of the Pak squad during England series. In the meantime, middle order batsman Muhammed Yousuf said he made up his mind on retirement at the behest of his elders, adding, 'If they want me to withdraw the decision, I may make a comeback in the cricket world.