KARACHI - Former Captain Shahid Khan Afridi is delighted to see Pakistan team developing winning habit under Misbah-ul-Haq and their 3-0 whitewash against England is a historic accomplishments.

"It will go down in the history books as Pakistan's greatest victories and Misbah's name will be there as a captain," Shahid Afridi told APP here on Tuesday on the eve of his departure for United Arab Emirates to join the team for one-day and T20 series.

"Alhamdullah boys' really played remarkably well to defeat world's top team. It will help us in our bid to beat England in the One-day and T20 series," he remarked.

"The team is in good winning frame of mind. If we keep up the momentum it help our cause," he added. "Pakistan should make winning their habit like Australia and South Africa. The way team is playing I am confident that we will win the one-day and T20 series as well," he said.

"I am happy with Pakistan's Test series triumph. But I don't have the feeling that I should have been the part of this historic win," he commented. "Now after Pakistan's great show in test series, I am looking forward to contribute in a big way in batting, bowling and fielding in limited overs game," he stressed.

"I am quite positive and Inshallah I will try to deliver and come up to the expectations of the nation," he said. The dynamic all-rounder Shahid Afridi after spectacular

victories in the Tests said the team should come down even harder on England to maintain the winning streak in four match One-day Internationals and three T20 Internationals.

The 31-year-old Shahid Afridi said besides helping Pakistan, he had set some personal targets and goals for the series against England. "My aim is to complete 7000 runs, reach 350 wickets milestone and complete hitting 300 sixes," he said.

It may be mentioned here that Shahid Afridi had scored 6893 runs in 333 ODIs, taken 333 wickets and smashed 295 sixes in this brand of cricket. Commenting on his future plans, he said he was ready for 2015 World to be held in Australia.

"I am ready for the 2015 World Cup but it depends on my form and fitness. I will continue,” he added.

Shahid Afridi said he wanted to retire honourably when on the top of his game. "This is my wish that when I retire I should leave the arena with respect. "In our country if you look at Imran Khan, he was the only cricketer, who retired gracefully." he recalled.