LAHORE - Pakistan's dope-tainted fast bowler Mohammad Asif believes he would soon be returning in the Pakistan attire as he claimed that he had a very fruitful meeting with the PCB-formed inquiry committee on Monday. However, reports coming from the PCB said that Asif has failed to prove that he wasn't deported from the United Arab Emirates. Sources inside the PCB claim that likely chances are that he would be slammed with a fine of about Rs 1.5 to two million. The inquiry committee, which is probing his 19-day Dubai detention for carrying a small quantity of opium last year, includes Wasim Bari, Asif Sohail and Dr. Sohail Saleem and it met here at the Gaddafi Stadium to give its final recommendations to the PCB chairman. Asif appeared before the committee with his lawyer but was was not allowed to appear with the latter. The committee chief Wasim Bari said that Asif did appear before the committee but did not give any documentary proof they had asked for. "Asif appeared before the committee today but could not give us any proof against deportation," Bari said. "Now, we are going to give our recommendations to the chairman." Bari refused to elaborate on what possible penalty Asif could face. Talking to journalists here on Monday, Asif said that his meeting with the PCB officials was held in a very cordial atmosphere and he believes he would soon be part of the team. "The PCB wanted to see the strongest possible Pakistan team and my meeting with the committee was held in a very healthy atmosphere," he said. "I am full of hope for my return in the team," he said. He further said: "My lawyer was not allowed before the inquiry committee because it's the internal inquiry of the PCB and that was why he (my lawyer former Attorney General Malik Mohammad Qayyum) was not allowed to appear before the committee and plead my case." When asked if he was banned or fined a heavy amount, he said that he would decide his course of action then. "I would take any decision of going to the court or otherwise after the committee's findings are made public. But right now I have not decided anything," he added. Asif was asked to produce the documents to prove that he was not banned from entering the UAE, which he failed to provide. The committee also asked him to go to Dubai and prove his innocence but Asif went to England instead without informing the PCB. The PCB said that Asif did not inform the board before leaving for England but Asif said that he met the inquiry committee official and informed him of his travel plan. The pacer is already serving a ban for use of drugs (a banned anabolic steroid, nandrolone) imposed on him by the Indian Premier League (IPL) after he tested positive last summer while featuring in the inaugural season of the Twenty20 spectacle for Delhi Daredevils. Earlier, he and Shoaib Akhtar were pulled out of the Champions Trophy for testing positive for the same drug in an internal test conducted by the PCB.