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Pakistan left-arm seamer Wahab Riaz has made it clear that he is eager to regain his spot in the national team.
Wahab last represented Pakistan in October 2017, but is hoping to use the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) to capture the attention of the national selectors.
The 32-year-old, who is playing for the Peshawar Zalmi, has fared exceptionally well in the PSL as he is the second-highest wicket-taker with 11 victims at an average of 17.81.
“My performance is good so if the Pakistan team needs me I will play, but if they don’t need me, then someone else will play,” he was quoted as saying by the Business Recorder. “Look, I can play for Pakistan as long as I am fit and I know that hard work pays off, but there can be a delay.
“I am very friendly with Sarfraz [Ahmed], so such things happen on the field. I like to tease him.”