Pakistan bowling department is facing a dearth of quality off-spinners ever since doosra specialist Saeed Ajmal left the national team setup. The brief inclusions of Bilal Asif and Zulfiqar Babar have failed to reap any substantial benefits and Pakistan is still looking for having a world-class off-spinner in their bowling arsenal.
Former Pakistan off-spinner Arshad Khan, who is also coaching Balochistan in the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, vows to produce off-spinners for the national side. During a post-match press conference, he has revealed that there are a few players in the junior setup who have the potential to be world-beaters in the future.
However, he believes that it will take 2-3 years to properly develop their raw talent and turn them into top off-spinners. The 48-year-old stated that the coaches are trying to unearth quality spinners from every corner of the country not just from a few cities.