"I have no issues with the Pakistan board allowing him back into international cricket but we have to be patient with Aamir. He is returning to this level after five and half years and he will take time to find his rhythm and old firepower," Inzamam said.
"Aamir has it in him to make an impact in international cricket. He is young and after some matches he will be a different bowler," he added.
"But we shouldn't expect miracles from him in his first few games."
Inzamam, who remains Pakistan's most capped international player, also felt that there was no need to panic after the team's 10-wicket beating at the hands of New Zealand in the second T20.
"Limited over cricket has changed a lot and I think Asian teams in particular need time to adapt to the calculated power hitting we are seeing from other teams in ODIs and T20 cricket," he said.
"India have struggled in the ODI series Down Under although their batsmen are doing well and they have a better batting line-up compared to Pakistan. It is all about adaptation and deciding what is best for your team," he added.

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