Pakistan Cricket Board included Aamir in the ODI and T20 squads for the away series against New Zealand, giving him a lifeline to make amends for his spot-fixing act in 2010. Aamir though admitted that making a comeback against an aggressive Kiwi outfit will not be easy.
"If I get a chance to play in New Zealand it will not be easy bowling to this (changed) approach but mentally I am prepared for a hard comeback," Aamir said.
Knowing the divide in Pakistan cricket regarding his international return, Aamir, whose visa process also remains uncertain with the team leaving for New Zealand on January 10, admits that winning back the favour of one and all will not be easy.
"One thing is clear to me I will have to perform really well to win back the confidence of my fans. I am sure they are behind me and I will not let them down," the 23-year old said.
A PCB official said legal information with regard to Aamir's conviction and departure from the United Kingdom has been submitted with the New Zealand consulate. The official also informed that if response is positive than Aamir's visa application will be filed with the consulate when it reopens after Christmas and New Year holidays on Monday.

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