LAHORE: Convicted fast bowler Mohammad Amir has returned home after serving a three-month term at the young offenders institute in Weymouth on spotfixing charges, Geo News reported.

After his arrival at the airport, he refused to talk to media and sped towards his home.

His British lawyer has also accompanied him to Pakistan.

Sources say she was here to appeal against a 5-year ban slapped on the teen cricket star by the ICC.

Amir was released from the jail at the start of this month and the UK Border Agency (UKBA) handed over his passport to his solicitor three days ago.

The 19-year-old Amir was found guilty in a scandal that rocked the cricket world in 2010. Amir, and fellow fast bowler Mohammad Asif along with captain Salman Butt took bribes from bookie Mazhar Majeed to bowl no-balls in a Test match against England at Lordís.