Lahore: Pakistani wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal has revealed that he has been seeking guidance from former wicketkeepers Wasim Bari, Moin Khan, Rashid Latif and Saleem Yousuf to improve his game.
Kamran, who is currently training alongside Mohammed Hafiz at the National Cricket Academy, said that he was going through intense training to correct mistakes, which were brought to light during the recent 50-over World Cup on the Indian sub-continent, a daily reports.
The 29-year-old has been constantly criticized for his lack of consistent wicketkeeping.
He had a horrendous series behind the stumps against Australia in 2009-2010, where during the second Test at Sydney he dropped four catches, including three chances from Michael Hussey.
Hussey went on to score a match-winning century with the Pakistan team losing in a shock result after dominating the first three days of play.