Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) new chairman Zaka Ashraf has said that he would not tolerate any groupism or indiscipline from the players.
Zaka said he has been informed that some players indulge in sorts of in-fighting and groupism.
"I have been told about this and if this is true then we will take steps to sort out the problem as there is going to be no compromise on discipline till I am heading the board," Ashraf told Geo News channel.
"I will be revisiting the code of conduct yet again to ensure there are no gray areas and the players and board know their roles clearly as well as their responsibilities," he said.
The new PCB chief also made it clear that he will deal with an iron hand with players who bring bad name to Pakistan cricket.
Pakistan's image has taken a beating in the last two years because of the involvement of some players in not only spot-fixing but also in unethical practices.