Former Test captain Moin met the caretaker chairman of the PCB, Najam Sethi in Lahore and submitted his report of Pakistan's recent tour to Zimbabwe. (Agencies)
"I don't think making changes all the time is good for our cricket. What needs to be done is to change Misbah's approach," Moin said.
Misbah and head coach Dav Whatmore came under fire after Pakistan lost the second Test to a lowly-ranked Zimbabwe to level the two-match series 1-1.
Pakistan had also lost a game in the three-match ODI series earlier on the tour.
Moin, however, indicated that there were no intentions of changing Misbah or Whatmore for the forthcoming series against South Africa despite the hue and cry raised after the national team's disastrous performance in Zimbabwe.
Moin said Misbah was ready to made amends. "I've spoken to Misbah and he is positive about bringing an improvement," Moin, who captained Pakistan in 13 Tests and 34 ODIs, said.
Pakistan are scheduled to play three Tests, five ODIs and two T20 games against South Africa in October-November.
Misbah has so far maintained silence on his future as captain and is scheduled to return home from India as his side Faisalabad Wolves failed to qualify for the main round of the Champions League T20 tournament.
Former Test captain Moin met the caretaker chairman of the PCB, Najam Sethi in Lahore and submitted his report of Pakistan's recent tour to Zimbabwe.