Inzamam-ul-Haq made his debut under Imran Khan's captaincy.
All the Pakistan team can do now is to erase the baggage of the last two months' misery and step on to the field with a new belief, along with the new skipper.
"They only see that I'm a nephew of Inzamam and they believe that they have the right to criticise me," he said.
According to reports, Inzamam received 1.2 million Pakistan rupees (INR 5.1 lakh) a month while serving as the chief selector.
Imam averages almost 54 in 36 ODIs but still faces accusations that he was picked due to his uncle Inzamam.
During his stint, Inzamam was also accused of nepotism by granting his nephew Imam-ul-Haq more chances than many thought he deserved.
India will play Pakistan on June 16 in Manchester.
The Pakistan selection committee chief's surprise picks were Sharjeel Khan and Kamran Akmal.
The 33-year-old Pak pacer last played a one-dayer for the national team in Champions Trophy 2017 and he was not in the fitness test list before the World Cup.
Junaid Khan is not the part of this list as well.