LAHORE Pakistan captain Salman Butt has defended his sides conduct, following the explosive weekend revelations of 'spot-fixing surrounding his team. Butt and bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif have been questioned by police over the allegations, which centre around a 35-year-old man who has been bailed on charges of suspicion of conspiracy to defraud bookmakers. Butt said: We have definitely given our best every day. The conditions have been difficult for the batsmen and remember, this has been a very inexperienced team. The batting is the main thing which has not gone well. But Ive been saying all along the guys are young, and in these difficult conditions they might struggle. Every person in my team has given 100 per cent. But you dont go out and achieve what you want every time. All you can do is try. The rest is beyond your control. These are just allegations. Anybody can stand up and say things about you - it doesnt make them true. They include quite a few people. They are still ongoing and we will see what happens. There is nothing I have seen, or been shown, that involves me.