Pakistan wicket keeper Kamran Akmal, who was ignored from Pakistan’s team for the T20 and ODI visit of West Indies, has explained that he’s wanting to make his return into the national team as a batsman.”If Pakistan can discover a much better wicket keeper than me then I will attempt to make a return as a batsman simply because batting is some thing I like very much and I can bat at almost any spot.” Kamran was ignored from the Pakistan team after a poor performance, with bat and gloves – he ignored centurion Ross Taylor 3 times in the match versus New Zealand, including 2 times in early stages, and also committed various mistakes in the matches versus Sri Lanka and the semi final with India.
Team coach Waqar Younis had suggested that it was time for a fresh wicket keeper to be selected. Kamran says that he was still dissatisfied with his overall performance in the New Zealand match. “And some individuals do not want me to overlook it. The day appeared to be cursed. Folks only criticise and neglect my previous performances. I also like my squad and I`m the person who undergoes the most due to the skipped opportunities.”Kamran, who’s made 6 100s in 53 Tests and 5 in 137 ODIs matches, explained he was working tough on his wicket keeping and batting as he was eager to make a return to the national squad