The 29-year-old is representing Rangpur Riders in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) and has scored 157 runs in four innings at 52.33 average and 112.94 strike rate.
Azam recently gave an interview where he stated that he was not satisfied with where he is right now and wants to improve.
“I am not satisfied with where I am right now, and there are still more milestones to achieve. When I fail, I talk to many people and learn from my mistakes,” Azam said.
He then talked about the quality of spin bowling in the BPL, saying he tries his best to adapt to the conditions wherever he plays.
“In the BPL, quality spinners pose a challenge, and I try to adapt my game according to the conditions everywhere. I have arrived here from New Zealand, and there is a difference in conditions between the two,” Azam said.
“I make an effort to play by staying on the wicket for partnership-building. Youngblood is a good thing in T20 cricket, but it needs to be accompanied by experience.”
Azam then said as an experienced player, he knows how to handle pressure. He also talked about how he has mastered playing cover drives.
“An experienced player knows how to handle pressure. Asian players find it challenging in Australia, New Zealand, England, and South Africa. The solution to this is preparation for both bounce and money,” Azam added.
“My cover drive is my strength; playing this shot boosts my confidence. I have worked hard for the cover drive, and now I am considered an expert to some extent.”