Pakistan reclaim the top ranking in T20 internationals after their 2-1 series victory over New Zealand with 18 runs at Tauranga.
Pakistan crushed New Zealand by 48 runs in the second T20 in Auckland on Thursday to notch their first victory of the tour over the Black Caps.
New Zealand produced an all-round show to dismiss Pakistan cheaply and then came back to win by 7 wickets in Wellington.
New Zealand complete a 5-0 one-day whitewash over Pakistan with a 15-run win in the final match of the series in Wellington.
Wheeler, who last played for New Zealand in February 2017, will be part of an inter-changeable 13-man T20 squad.
Colin de Grandhomme returned from time out following the death of his father to spur New Zealand to a five-wicket win over Pakistan.
Chasing 258 to keep the series alive, Pakistan were bundled out for just 74.
Already loose first two ODI, Pakistan face must win situation for series alive at Dunedin.
Pakistan are currently two down in the five-match ODI series in New Zealand, with the third match in Dunedin on Saturday.
The opener scored an unbeaten 86 as New Zealand win by eight wickets, chasing down 151 after a lengthy rain delay reduced to 25 overs