DUBAI (AFP) - Recalled Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi Tuesday showed confidence to hit his turbulent past six months for a big six, saying he wants to perform for the country and his fans. The 31-year-old all-rounder was recalled in Pakistan squad for the five-match one-day series against Sri Lanka, starting in Dubai with the first game on Friday. Both teams will also play a Twenty20 international in Abu Dhabi. Pakistan won the three-Test series 1-0 on Monday. The popular hard-hitting batsman, who holds the world record of scoring the fastest one-day century -- off 37 balls made against Sri Lanka in Nairobi in 1997 -- said he is set to put aside all his problems. "I think its all about cricket, its time to play and I don't want to involve myself in any other thing other than cricket," said Afridi, who in May this year had a fall out with then coach Waqar Younis over selection issues.