LAHORE Pakistans fixing tainted fast bowler Mohammad Aamer is still cherishing hopes of a come back in the World Cup amid news that that the officials want otherwise. The 19-year-old said that an early hearing on the part of the ICC panel would help settle the issue. The ICC hearing into spot fixing charges against him will take place in January. We know there is no truth in the allegations of spot-fixing and hope that once the full-fledged hearing starts, we would be able to clear our names. Since allegations of spot-fixing are a mere assumption, we are confident about getting our names cleared, he said. I cant even imagine not being part of the Pakistan team for the World Cup 2011. Since stepping into international cricket, playing the World Cup has been my ambition, Aamir said. The youngster backed the Pakistan Cricket Boards decision to issue NOC to agents before allowing them to work with the players. I think conducting agents scrutiny would be the right approach as by that way we would be in a position to know with whom to work. Players cannot look for sponsorships on their own. They need agents to do that job. Once the board shortlists the agents, it would be easier for them to pick from an available list.