New Delhi: Pakistani Test skipper Misbah-ul-Haq on Thursday said that he hasn't taken a final call on his Test retirement yet and will think about it in the future.
Speaking to Ramiz Raza post a series win against England at Sharjah, Misbah cleared the air on his retirement plans.
"I will give it more time. The next series might be after 7-8 months. I can think whether I want to continue or not," Misbah said.
Pakistan won the third and the final Test by 127 runs and sealed the three-match series 2-0.
England were given a 284-run target in the second innings but Pakistani spinners Yasir Shah, Zulfiqar Babar and Shoaib Malik wreaked havoc as they shared nine wickets between themselves in the second innings.
Misbah also took the opportunity to thank retiring Malik and said that the all-rounder had a major impact on their series win.