LAHORE - Pakistan veteran all-rounder Abdul Razzaq felt the mistake he did by joining the Indian Cricket League. The decision to join the ICL was emotional and hasty one, he said. Razzaq believes by joining ICL he has wasted the career's precious two years. "We had been dropped from the national side which made us to join the ICL which I feel was a mistake and cost us loss of valuable two year of international career," Razzaq said. Razzaq along with Mohammad Yousuf have had their resignations from the Indian Cricket League which has been accepted by the Pakistan Cricket Board. Both players are now once again eligible for selection in the national team. "If I had obtained NOC from ICL a month before, the scenario might be in my favor and I was the part of World Cup squad but I am satisfied after all this," Razzaq said. "I am happy with the positive attitude of Pakistan Cricket Board - which was beyond my expectation," he added. All-rounder although has not played an international match in more than two years, but has excelled in the domestic Twenty20 competition. "Regardless of two year gap, I was in meantime consistently playing my cricket and I am hoping to represent Pakistan for next three to four years." Razzaq eying on Pakistan next tour of Sri Lanka and believes if he will be selected he definitely will perform well. Since he had played against Sri Lanka several time therefore Razzaq believe he can make a difference with his past experience. "I had resigned from the league sometime back but they gave a NOC recently. But I have always said I always wanted to play for Pakistan it was the Board decision to not allow us to play for the national team," he said. "It is disappointing to miss the T20 World Cup but I am looking forward to the Sri Lanka tour and the Champions Trophy this year," he said. Razzaq said he had a good relation with the ICL and there were no hard feelings when he resigned. "They understand the situation and they never stopped us from playing for our country they looked after us well," he said. He played down the issue of outstanding payments and said it was not a big matter as the ICL was a reputable organisation.