KARACHI (PPI) - Top Pakistani squash player Aamir Atlas Khan said that the Pakistan squash team would display impressive show in 2009 Men's World Team Squash Championship to be held in Denmark next month. Six-time champions Pakistan are seeded six - behind Malaysia in the prestigious event and thus expected to record their best finish since 1997. "We are seeded to reach the quarters of the event but we would not be targeting quarters but the title in the event," Aamir told PPI. Aamir in the month of September jumped to his career best ranking at No14. However, in Wolverhampton Open earlier this month Aamir got injured after slipping during the first round match against Campbell Grayson. He also failed to perform in the British Open due to the injury and retired hurt in the very first round. "I have now fully recovered. My physio helped me with the injury and now I am practicing for the World Team Championship," he said. Aamir will be spearheading the Pakistani interest in the event and he will supported by cousin Farhan Mehboob, Mansoor Zaman and Yasir Butt. Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) Secretary Irfan Asghar said that the players they were sending in the important event are the best possible lot and have been name after having seen their fitness. "They went through a trial and they are fully fit. We hope they would do well in the event," he said. Seeded sixth, Pakistan has been placed along side 11th seeded South Africa, Sweden and Kenya in Pool F. The World team championship, in its 22nd edition since the inaugural event in 1967, will be held in Denmark for the first time, from 27 September to 3 October. The venue will be the Squash Centre\\ Denmark in the city of Odense. Defending champions England are seeded to reach the final of the event but Egypt are expected to win the title for the first time for ten years, according to the seeding. Led by world number one Karim Darwish, Egypt will be keen to make amends for a shock fourth place finish in the previous championship (in 2007) as they bid to repeat their 1999 success at this year's event. The new British Open champion Nick Matthew will lead England, bidding to become the first country since Pakistan in 1987 to win the biennial title three times in a row. The world No5 clinched the title for the second time this week in the event's first all-English final for 70 years. France and Australia are seeded three and four, respectively. France, runners-up in 2003, have yet to win the title whilst Australia, beaten finalists in 2007, boast eight title triumphs between 1967 and 2003. Italy, who will be making their first appearance in the event since 2003, are named as eighth seeds. Led by Davide Bianchetti, the Italian squad will include former Englishman Marcus Berrett and ex-Egyptian Amr Swelim - both of whom will be making their debuts for their new country. Serbia will be making their debut in the championship, which was launched 42 years ago. Pools line-up: POOL A: (1) EGYPT, (16) HONG KONG, KUWAIT, SERBIA POOL B: (2) ENGLAND, (15) GERMANY, AUSTRIA, JAPAN POOL C: (3) FRANCE, (14) IRELAND, DENMARK POOL D: (4) AUSTRALIA, (13) NETHERLANDS, WALES POOL E: (5) MALAYSIA, (12) USA, FINLAND POOL F: (6) PAKISTAN, (11) SOUTH AFRICA, SWEDEN, KENYA POOL G: (7) CANADA, (10) NEW ZEALAND, SPAIN POOL H: (8) ITALY, (9) INDIA, SCOTLAND, VENEZUELA