Amir, 22, who is serving a five year boycott for spot altering conceded he didn't see any practical possibilities of playing in the World Cup regardless of exertions from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to persuade the International Cricket Council (ICC) to decrease the boycott and permit him to continue playing cricket later in the not so distant future.
A three-part sub advisory group of the ICC is because of meet in October to submit its last cover new against defilement laws which could permit Amir the opportunity to continue preparing and play top of the line cricket before his boycott closes formally in September, 2015.
Amir was banned for five years in ahead of schedule 2011 by the ICC's against defilement tribunal yet his forbid is checked from the day the ICC suspended him from all cricket in September, 2010 after the spot settling embarrassment broke out amid Pakistan's tour to England in Aug, 2010.
Amir and previous Pakistan commander, Saleem Malik who is additionally serving a life boycott for match settling likewise said on the demonstrate that they determinedly backed the new law being instituted by the New Zealand government which involves a seven year jail sentence for players discovered liable of altering.
It is a decent move by New Zealand in light of the fact that such steps will dishearten players from going down the wrong way, Malik said.
He said he might likewise want to see the Pakistan government authorize comparable laws to control defilement in games.