Bangladesh speedster Taskin Ahmed is all set to make a comeback to international cricket after a hiatus posed by injury.
The pacer said he is eager to do well in the limited-over series in the West Indies.
After that, both the teams will take on each other in a three-match ODI and three-match T20I series.
Taskin will take part in both of those series. He wasn't able to play Tests due to injury. On Wednesday, Taskin took part in a fitness test at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium.
“Everything went well— doctor is satisfied as I’ve recovered, I'm also satisfied with the fitness test,” Taskin told the reporters on Wednesday. “Now I have to play well in the field. I'm really eager to do well.”
The pacer is set to take a flight to the West Indies tomorrow.
“I bowled with my 100 percent effort,” Taskin said. “I felt very well. I tried every delivery. There was no problem.”
“Injuries are part of life,” the right-arm pacer said. “What I believe is to fight back and play well. If I get injured again, I'll go through rehabilitation and play well again. I can do everything for my country.”
Taskin also said that he dreams of becoming a world-class bowler who can perform in every format of the game of cricket.
Taskin played 48 ODIs and bagged 67 wickets with two five-wicket hauls, and he played 33 T20Is and scalped 23 wickets. The pacer got both ODI and T20I caps back in 2014.