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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mir Hamza has revealed that he isn’t overly bothered with the fact that he has only played one Test match to date.
Hamza, who is currently playing county cricket for Sussex, noted that his main aim is to always try and improve when featuring in any match.
Sussex are in Division Two of the County Championship, and in the two matches he has played, Hamza has taken six wickets at an average of 29.16.
He also made his List A debut for the club in their Royal London One-Day match against Surrey on Friday, where he finished with figures of 4-43 off nine overs.
The 26-year-old ultimately wants to represent Pakistan again and establish a reputation for himself as being a match-winner.
“My approach to cricket has always revolved around trying to improve myself with every game I play and playing one Test for Pakistan does not bother me in that sense,” he told PakPassion. “So, it doesn’t matter if I am playing Test cricket for Pakistan or not, my aim is to be able to perform well in any match I play and obviously when I do that, I would not be excluded from the Pakistan side or any other side for that matter.
“Every player obviously wishes to play for his country and what I intend do is to become so good at what I do that I become a necessity for the Pakistan side so that I am able to win games and take wickets in difficult times for my country.
“I am working very hard to achieve this goal and looking to improve my skills and once I have got to a certain stage, then I will come back into the Pakistan side and also become a dependable member of the side.”