KARACHI: Chief selector Mohammad Ilyas has decided to quit the post over poor performance of the team against England and interference in selection matters, Geo News reported.

The chief selector will present his resignation before the governing board today. Earlier, he was summoned by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to attend today's meeting.

His son-in-law Imran Farhat was not made part of the team played in last ODI and T20 series. The PCB may also announce new selection committee.