Younus Khan has tendered his resignation as Pakistan cricket captain despite being cleared of match-fixing charges by a parliamentary sports committee.
He submitted his resignation to the Pakistan Cricket Board - who are yet to accept it.
The 31-year-old says he's disgusted by match-fixing allegations made against him and the team.
Younus was attending a hearing to discuss Pakistan's performance in the recent ICC Champions Trophy.
National Assembly committee chairman Jamshed Dasti had alleged that Pakistan deliberately under-performed during the competition - although he later insisted that the committee never intended to make match-fixing allegations against the players.
Younus has scored 5,260 runs in 63 Tests - at an average over 50 - since making his debut against Sri Lanka in 2000, and succeeded Shoaib Malik as Pakistan captain in January 2009.
He has also appeared in 194 one-day internationals and led Pakistan to victory at the ICC World Twenty20 tournament in England earlier this year - before retiring from Twenty20 internationals.