LAHORE - Rana Naved ul Hasan, Pakistan fast-bowler eventually set to join Yorkshire after securing the work permit that he had struggled to obtain ahead of the 2009 season. Last week, Club had given Rana a deadline to arrive back and rejoin the squad by May 01 or have his contract terminated. Fast-bowler was quoted by a website as saying that he endeavored to get necessary work permit to return Yorkshire for the second year of his deal, as Club however made it clear last week that no blame was attached to Rana who had made every effort to secure the required paperwork in order to return to play cricket in the UK. "It would appear that a cricket loving administrator in Abu Dhabi, where the majority of Pakistan's passport issues are dealt with at the moment, read the news of Rana's situation in the local media and decided to take action to aid the Pakistani bowler's return to Headingley Carnegie," statement of the club website read. Stewart Regan, Yorkshire 's Chief Executive, said: "It is tremendous to have Rana Naved back at Headingley Carnegie and we are delighted this matter has now been resolved. Rana had been struggling to push his paperwork through the system, but cricket is a universal language and it seems cricket fans in the UAE were prompted to cut the red tape to assist Rana's return to Yorkshire ." "Rana has been playing cricket in Pakistan this winter and performing extremely well. We're looking forward to his return and can now plan for the season knowing that our overseas berth is filled," said Martyn Moxon, Yorkshire's Director of Professional Cricket. Rana had been due in England on April 1 to take up the final year of his two-year deal but due to unknown reason faced difficulty to get the necessary work permit to return for the second year of his deal.