Previous Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria has engaged the cricket board to lift the existence boycott forced on him in 2013 after he was seen as blameworthy of spot-fixing.
Kaneria, Pakistan's driving wicket-taker in Tests, is frantic to come back to the cricketing fold and is even enthusiastic about playing local cricket.
In a letter to Pakistan Cricket Board boss Ehsan Mani, the 39-year-old's lawful firm mentioned him to disavow the boycott which will allow Kaneria to procure his living through the game.
The PCB had slapped the discipline on Kaneria after he lost an intrigue on the existence boycott forced on him by the English and Wales Cricket Board in 2012.
On numerous events, Kaneria has contended that if past guilty parties like Mohammad Amir and Salman Butt can be permitted to play subsequent to serving their bans, it is out of line to deny him the opportunity to gain his vocation "from the main expertise he has sharpened".
Kaneria, who was seen as liable of spot-fixing close by Mervyn Westfield while playing for English area Essex against Durham in 2009, has been arguing for the PCB's assistance for quite a while.
Kaneria, just the subsequent Hindu to play for Pakistan after his maternal uncle Anil Dalpat, took 261 wickets in 61 Tests at a normal of 34.79.