He was initially appointed only for the Zimbabwe tour, and is due to return to coaching the Cape Cobras
“We had appointed him for the Zimbabwe series initially,” Khan said. “Since it will be hard to get a coach before the T20 World Cup, we took a bit of feedback and it has been generally positive. I think some of our batsmen did really well in Zimbabwe. Some of the players told us that they have confidence in him. They are satisfied with his work.
“So we plan to go ahead with him. We can confirm that he is with us till the T20 World Cup. We will take on a decision on his further involvement (after the World Cup) over the course of the next week.”
ESPNcricinfo has learned, however, that negotiations between the BCB and Prince are still ongoing, contrary to Khan’s statement.
GMT 1645 The story was amended when ESPNcricinfo learned that Prince was yet to accept the BCB’s offer.
Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo’s Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84