Pakistan skipper Babar Azam, who has been handed reins of the side in all formats, on Friday insisted that his team does not have any factions and he would like to emerge as an independent leader with support of senior players.
The Pakistan squad, including 35 players and 15 officials, will leave for New Zealand on November 23.
The senior team will play three T20 Internationals and two Tests while the Pakistan A side will be play two four-day games and four or five T20 matches in New Zealand.
Talking to the media in Lahore, Babar dismissed a query whether there was uneasiness among players over his captaincy credentials.
“This is a young team and there is no disharmony or groupings in our dressing room. The team is one. Every player respects and backs the other player and takes pride in their performances. No…