So far so good. We will achieve this position with White to move.
The problem now is, that Blacks bishop is controlling a8-h1 and Black king will always stay around the squares g4-f5 making it impossible for White to bring his pawn to g4 (which White sooner or later has to do, if he wants to win).
Now the plan we figured out was to bring Black into Zugzwang, and somehow it always worked in our analysis. First the knight has to move around alot attacking both of Blacks pawns, forcing them to advance to a6 and h5. After that the knight might be able to bring black into some kind of Zugzwang that allows White to either bring his king to f4 or allow him to move up the g3 pawn.
My computer not knowing this plan, wasn't able to win the game. If I have enough time I'll play against it as White. But I'll probably win just because he doesn't know this plan so he won't try to prevent it. Computers are so dumb sometimes.
Anyone agreeing with my winning plan? Or you see Black countermoves? It's really a difficult analysis because you have no forced move sequence that leads to win. And computers are not helpful at all, as mentioned before.