Amir, who earned himself a five-year jail term after deliberately bowling no-balls in the 2010 Test against England, has been the talking point since the Misbah-ul-Haq-led side landed in the country. “We are very happy to have him (Amir) back.
He’s a dangerous bowler for any opponent,” said Wahab.“Everyone’s behind him — all the other 16 members of the squad. He’s a part of our family, he’s a part of Pakistan, he’s represented our country — so we are all behind him. We will support him and we really want him to do well,” he added.