Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed Tuesday said he is concerned at the wicket-less spell of his strike bowler Mohammad Amir, as his side geared up to take on arch-rivals India in the Asia Cup.

Left-arm pacer Aamir has not been amongst the wickets in recent times and his skipper was asked about it in the pre-match press conference.

“I am concerned but I don’t think wickets itself are a reflection of performance. Take for example, India pacer (Mohammad) Shami’s case in England. He bowled well but couldn’t get wickets. I have spoken to him (Amir) and told him that he is our strike bowler and has to pick wickets too. Hope he does that tomorrow,” Sarfraz told reporters.