Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Sami, while expressing his delight at being named in all three squads for the forthcoming tour of Sri Lanka, admitted that it is probably the last opportunity for him to prove his credentials as an international cricketer.
The 31-year-old, who has had a chequered career with only 84 wickets in 35 Tests at an astronomical average of 52.27, pledged to prove critics wrong that he is a spent force.
He also added that if the opportunity, to play in the Sri Lanka series comes his way, he will give his best to justify the selectors.
Sami said he was disappointed at times after being constantly overlooked for the national outfit, but he never lost heart and continued to perform in domestic competitions.
Meanwhile, snubbed Pakistan wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal and all-rounder Abdul Razzaq on Friday expressed disappointment at being continuously left out of the national team, asking selectors for their reasons.
Pakistan on Thursday announced three separate squads for next month's tour of Sri Lanka, but Kamran and Razzaq were not selected in any of the squads.