The PCB CEO also added that the crisis in Cricket South Africa will not trouble the team's tour to Pakistan and series will go ahead as scheduled.
England men's cricket team has been invited to visit Pakistan for a "short white-ball tour" in 2021, England and Wales Cricket Board has revealed.
While they are expected to tour Sri Lanka for a Test series which was originally scheduled to be played in March this year, the all-format tour of India might take place in the UAE due to the number of COVID-19 cases in India.
European Central Bank confirms that it has received an invitation from Pakistan and will consider on various aspects before reaching a final decision. As far as England are concerned, their last visit to Pakistan was in 2005-06 for three Tests and five ODIs under Marcus Trescothick and Michael Vaughan.
Ehsan Mani, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, told Sportsmail in July that he wanted England to visit his country, since when his chief executive Wasim Khan has been in contact with the European Central Bank.
Sources suggest that the series will likely to be played between January 13-20 of next year.
"It will be very important series for us to improve our image as a host and we'll do our best to make it happen", he said.
The statement added that the European Central Bank welcomes the fact that global cricket is returning to Pakistan and is committed to doing what we can to help this develop further.
It is understood the proposed tour could consist of three T20 internationals, none of which would replace England's rescheduled tour of Sri Lanka.
Pakistan toured England in summer 2020, playing in three Test matches and three Twenty20s.
Meanwhile, the European Central Bank has said that it is committed to doing what it can to help global cricket returning to Pakistan.
That prompted Pakistan great Wasim Akram to say in August: "You (England) boys owe Pakistan cricket, and the country, a lot, with the boys coming over here".
England are meant to tour South Africa next month but a shadow has been cast over that campaign after the country's government signalled it was about to intervene in the Proteas' chaotic cricket administration.
England are due to tour Sri Lanka in January but there is some doubt over the trip due to quarantine regulations.