“I can show him what I’m made of,” Wahab Riaz on playing under Babar's captaincy

It's possible that Mohammad Amir will come out of his retirement from international cricket he took after having issues with the former Pakistan Cricket Board's management. His choice may have been influenced by Minister Najam Sethi, the PCB's newly elected chairman by the current Prime Minister of the country, PMLN's Shehbaz Sharif.

It is important to note that Najam previously performed the responsibilities of the chairman of the top board while the PMLN was in power. However, Imran Khan's PTI defeated the PMLN. The nation's previous prime minister was chosen to lead the PCB. Notably, PCB's major backer is the government of Pakistan.

Amir received a lot of favours when the former PCB was in charge, but Mr. Ramiz didn't have a policy favouring bowlers with a checkered record. There is a probability that he will reconsider retiring before the 2019 edition of the ODI World Cup because the former PCB management is back in action.

In an interview with Samaa News on Tuesday, the 37-year-old Wahab Riaz said, "We may see Mohammad Amir coming back to play for Pakistan once more."

"The other three positions are still open, but we have Shaheen Afridi and Haris Rauf. Bowlers competing for it include Hasan (Ali), Shahnawaz (Dahani), Naseem (Shah), and Muhammad (Wasim). Amir might return as well.

Wahab also exudes confidence in his own abilities and wants to rejoin the Pakistani team. In an interview, he stated that he might rejoin the team if his results were superior to those of the other bowlers on the team.

Everything hinges on how well I perform, he continued. "I'll take the slot if I'm better than the other bowlers," Riaz said.

Wahab claims that he had no issues when playing under Babar as a captain, despite the fact that many players, including Amir, are unwilling to do so.