England pace bowler Steven Finn claims his game has improved since he was dropped during the Ashes - as he presses his case for a Test recall.
The 22-year-old has impressed with 11 wickets in three one-day internationals against Pakistan.
"It's nice to see some progress and to have come a long way since I was left out during the Ashes," he said.
"There is a lot of hard work that needs to come to get that [Test] spot. Hopefully I have shown what I can do."
England took an unassailable 3-0 lead in the four-match one-day series thanks to an emphatic
nine-wicket victory in Dubai
on Saturday, when Finn took 3-24 from 10 overs and Kevin Pietersen
ended a run of 36 ODI innings without a hundred
by making 111 not out.
They will look to complete a 4-0 whitewash when the series concludes on Tuesday.
Facts behind Finn
First-class debut aged 16 for Middlesex, June 2005
Test debut in Bangladesh, March 2010
Match figures of 9-187 in first home soil Test in May 2010
Youngest England player to 50 Test wickets
The limited-overs performances have been in stark contrast to the form England showed during the
3-0 Test whitewash
Finn, who took 4-34 in each of the first two ODIs, told BBC Radio 5 live's Sportsweek: "It's nice to get out there on the park.
"Mixing the drinks and watching the boys play from the other side of the rope isn't a nice experience.
"It's something that a lot of people go through during their career and everyone has to ride the highs and lows.
"I'm enjoying my cricket and it's nice to play a part in a successful team."