LAHORE All rounder Abdul Razzaq, who is currently featuring for English County side Hampshire in the Twenty20 competition, has expressed his desire to represent Pakistan at the Test level. Razzaq last featured for Pakistan in Test cricket in November 2006 against the West Indies in Karachi, scoring 7 and 10 respectively and picked up three wickets in a one-sided encounter that Pakistan comfortably won by 199 runs. However at the age of 30, Razzaq does not think that his Test career is over. In English conditions I would have been effective, given the nature of the wickets at both Nottingham and Birmingham. I dont believe that my test career is over, even though I havent featured for Pakistan for more than three and a half years, he was quoted by PakPassion. I am ready to return to Test cricket whenever asked. Of course its out of my hands and down to the selectors and those that select the squads, he added. Razzaq said that the fielding continues to be a major issue and that the Pakistani batsmen have struggled to adapt to English conditions and really need to learn to put runs on the board. The age old problem of poor fielding has not been resolved, he added. During practice, our fielding is very good but it seems that the concentration weakens during matches. Some of the boys dont really enjoy their fielding and thats a problem too. Weve always struggled against swinging deliveries and none of our top order batsmen have been able to get a foothold against the English bowling. You need your top order players to make scores of 50 plus to give the bowlers something to bowl at, he further added. Both England and Australia are very good teams. Their standards are very high and Pakistan should look to match those high standards and improve their game, otherwise England will continue to comfortably beat Pakistan in the remaining test matches, he said. Razzaq though thinks that Pakistan can bounce back at the Oval, a ground that he knows well, especially if the wicket more batsman friendly. The track at the Oval is likely to suit Pakistan and the batsmen will prefer conditions there. If it is a more batsman friendly track, then Pakistan could defeat England, he added. Razzaq was confident that Pakistan would put on a good show in the one day series and twenty20 matches at Cardiff, irrespective of the outcome of the Test series. Razzaq, who is expected to be selected for the two Twenty20 matches and the subsequent five one-day internationals against England commencing next month, said that he has thoroughly enjoyed his stint with Hampshire and his preparation for the matches against England were going well. Meanwhile, Pakistans discarded fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar still relishes hopes of reviving his international career, as he was seen practicing with the Pakistan A players in Lahores National Cricket Academy. Confirming it, Pakistan fast bowling giant Mohammad Irfan said that it was great to have Akhtar drop in at the camp and train alongside them. Akhtar played in both games bowling alongside Talha and myself in the first and Junaid and Tabish in another one. He looked fast and was bowling with full run-up, a website quoted Irfan as saying. Irfan also said that the 34-year-old looked focused and determined for a comeback in the Pakistan team. Its not long before Pakistan plays South Africa in Dubai and with question marks over the length of Guls injury and Asif inability to travel to the UAE. Im sure that Akhtar is hopeful that they may recall him for that series, he added. Akhtar was overlooked for the Test series against Australia and England, but was part of the team that played two Twenty20 games against Australia. Earlier last month, Pakistans fitness trainer David Dwyer had said that Shoaib was an integral part of the national teams ODI and Twenty20 plans. Shoaib has lost a lot of weight and thats encouraging. Hes definitely not in peak fitness and cant be compared to the fast-bowlers like Mitchell Johnson and James Anderson as these guys are fit and able to cope with the demand s of Test cricket. However, it will take time as it gets more difficult to maintain those fitness levels as life progresses, Dwyer had said. Dwyer also stressed that Shoaib needed to persist with his training programme to seek improvements. The onus has got to come from Shoaib himself. With every performance, the mind may tick over and ask him if he wants to keep doing it. And for that, he needs to come up with discipline, he added. Shoaib was earlier recalled for the Asia Cup, which was played in Sri Lanka from June 15-24. However, his injuries had forced the PCB to overlook him for a number of important assignments, including the 2009 Twenty20 World Cup in England, the ICC Champions Trophy in South Africa and the twin tours of New Zealand and Australia.