LAHORE - Pakistan's wicketkeeper batsman Kamran Akmal vowed to put up his best show in the World Cup and in the tour of New Zealand to celebrate his come back in the national team after getting clearance from Pakistan Cricket Board's Integrity Committee. He said that he feels no pressure on his comeback but jubilant that he was cleared by the grace of God after performing well in the domestic cricket. He said he would try his best to boost Pakistan cricket batting and make runs when and where needed. "I am relieved and happy that I am back to national cricket team and am eager to take over from where I left and to produce my best performance in the upcoming World Cup and rest of the tour of New Zealand," he said. Kamran was in the list of 30 probables announced by the PCB's selection committee. He along with former captain Shoaib Malik and leg spinner Danish Kaneria were left out of recent Pakistan squads on the suspicion of spot-fixing. The trio have not represented Pakistan in any format of international cricket. Kamran also said that he was fully fit to put on gloves and to serve Pakistan cricket. "I had already served Pakistan cricket and want to do more and I think before the World Cup, New Zealand tour very important event in which I am aiming to perform well and try my best to contribute as much as I can do in winningNew Zealand series," he concluded.