LAHORE The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) has asserted that they have given enough importance to develop Pakistan football. The FIFA is committed to develop football in well-known South Asian country and it will work hard towards its commitment, said FIFA President Sepp Blatter. Pakistan have huge populations and football there needs to be developed; there is enormous potential. We need a clear plan. FIFA has many excellent development and education programmes and we need similar programmes in Pakistan which complement all that work. We need a clear vision on how we develop the game in this country. We will leave no stone unturned to give all out support to the PFF which is already moving with positive sign, he added. FIFA Chief during his 30-minute meeting with Pakistan Football Federation (PFF)s President Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat in United Arab Emirates, discuses a road map for the development of Pakistan football during 6th FIFA World Club Cup final at the Abu Dhabis Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium on December 19 that saw UEFA Champions League winners FC Barcelona overcoming Copa Libertadores winners Estudiantes 2-1. Faisal, also AFC disciplinary Committee Chairman, attended the final on the invitation from the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Mohammed bin Hammam and United Arab Emirates Football Association President Mohamed Al-Rumaithi. There are lots of plans to bring Pakistan football up to the standard to be expected of a nation considered to be the sixth most populated country of the world. They are all a long way from fruition, but do not think Pakistan is lost to football just yet, added Blatter. Football will be restructured at the grassroots level, Blatter says. I hope Vision Asia Project will change the fortune of football in Pakistan. Blatter said it is his desire and one of the life-time wishes to visit Pakistan. I tried myself best to land on this beautiful nation but Security Concern always obstructed me. He added that Football for Hope Projects will become part of Pakistan several times in future as the PFF is in full swing under dynamic leadership of Faisal. I extend to you (Faisal) my heartfelt appreciation for your untiring and steady efforts to lift football from scratches since taking over the PFF head seat in 2003, says Blatter who appreciated the way Pakistan, having six foreign players, conceded only one goal in 270 minutes of play in SAFF Championship 2009 and that too on set-piece. Football for Hope programme, whose inclusion has been ratified by the FIFA Committee for Fair Play and Social Responsibility, will take Football for Hope to a whole new dimension. The movement already uses the power of football to support more Football in Pakistan from 2006-2009 via concrete, sustainable projects. Blatter added: FIFA takes its social responsibility very seriously as part of its aim to build a better future. That is why we have declared Football for Hope to be a movement and an activity of strategic importance and we are proud that we are now in a position to support more organisations in their work. said Blatter.