Speaking about the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman's qualities as leader, Wasim stated Imran Khan likes to see hardworking, resilient and loyal members in his team.
"Imran Khan wants his team members to be loyal and hardworking," he said.
Recalling the past Akram, also a former captain of the Pakistan cricket team, said Imran Khan would even encourage the players who failed to perform, looking at their passion and hard-work.
He said as a leader Imran Khan was someone who always consulted his team while making decisions.
Asked what changes are expected in Pakistan's cricket structure, Wasim Akram said it was too early to comment on the issue, but Imran would want to strengthen first class cricket.
While he continued to support Khan through his social media messages in the run up to the polls, Wasim also returned from abroad to cast his ballot in the elections on July 25.
Akram along with fellow pace-man Waqar Younis made the deadliest pair in the world under Imran Khan 's watch after perfecting the art of bowling.