LAHORE - Pakistan legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram expressed his concerned for the future of Pakistan cricket in the current security situation but says the talent is still being produced in his country. "We all, every Pakistani, is worried," Akram said in the weekly ICC Cricket World audio show. "Until some teams eventually start touring Pakistan then only Pakistan cricket will flourish. There's a lot of talent there. We showed that during the ICC World Twenty20. Talent is very much there but first and foremost, they have to play more cricket," he further said. Pakistan recently introduced a 17-year old Mohammad Aamir in the ICC World Twenty20 and his brilliant show in the tournament has drawn munificent praise and earned him a maiden call up to the Test team for the series against Sri Lanka and Pakistan Cricket Board handed a central contract of category 'C'. On other hand, Pakistan cricket from last five years wrangling around to invite teams [especially non-Asian] to play with them but the security concern among every country is growing. Pakistan meanwhile is completely isolated from the cricketing world, since a series of postponed cricketing event in Pakistan was a clear cut message that no team wanted to tour the troubled country. ICC's second biggest event Champions Trophy was shifted out of Pakistan after the postponement of a year for letting the country stable but the concerns among the touring country stood alive and got more stiff on touring Pakistan. Pakistan even lost the hosting rights of ICC World Cup 2011 and ICC stripped off the 14 World Cup matches and distributed to other co-host India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.