LAHORE/ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's pace bowlers Umar Gul and Muhammad Aamir said Tuesday that there would be no pressure on the team during the upcoming series against Sri Lanka after the glorious victory in the final of the Twenty 20 World Cup. Mohammad Aamer I always try to become like ideal Wasim Akram. It's a great feeling to be part of a title winning team. We look forward to Sri Lanka tour will be tough but here there will be no pressure on the players. The whole nation supported us. I will toil hard in Sri Lanka to play a key role in the national team's win," he said. Aamir said that he learnt a lot while playing with the seniors. "Skipper Younus Khan encouraged me during crucial games and other bowlers Umar Gul, Sohail Tenvir and Abdul Razzak also guided me a lot. I hope our team will produce winning results in the forthcoming series in both Tests and ODIs," he said. Umar Gul: Umar Gul, highest wicket taker in the T20, said this occasion that it was good for the game of cricket and it would also encourage the youth to play cricket. "June 21 was a great day for Pakistani nation and it is happiest day of my life," he said. He said that he would work hard to show best performance against Sri Lanka in the upcoming series. It is pertinent to mention here that Umar Gul claimed 13 wickets in the T20 World Cup. The 25 year old Peshawar born Gul played 21 matches in the new form of Twenty20 and grabbed 37 wickets with his the format's best ever figures 5 for 6 against New Zealand at The Oval in T20. Later, all three pacers left their home towns. Hundreds of people were present at the airport to welcome their heroes. The cricket lovers had banners, posters and pictures of the players in their hands and chanting slogans of Pakistan. Sohail Tanvir: Sohail Tanvir said that it was not easy to sit on the bench during the tough encounters of the prestigious T20 World Cup Tournament. "Pakistan did splendid job in all departments to beat heavyweights South Africa and then Sri Lanka, which were favourites sides for the title. Afridi turned out to be a nightmare for the Islanders and played an unforgettable role at the Lord's," he said. The lanky pacer said that he would work hard for becoming the regular member of the national squad. "I will overcome my flaws very soon, which were pointed out during the T20 World Cup. We were very close to victory in the final of the last T20 world cup but this time we were determined to clinch this glory for Pakistan, "he viewed. Sohail repeatedly said that he would regain form very soon to get the berth in the national side. "The victory boosted the morale of the whole nation. It also sends a positive massage to the whole world that Pakistani people love sports and sportspersons, "he said.