LAHORE - Former Pakistan skipper Moin Khan has warned the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) that more players would end up joining the Indian Cricket League if the ban on those already aligned with the rebel series is not reviewed. The former wicketkeeper-batsman, a key figure in the ICL and the coach of Lahore Badshahs, said he feared more players from Pakistan would want to join the ICL if the board doesn't review its policy. "Given the current scenario in Pakistan cricket the financial benefits of playing in the ICL could prove to be very attractive for other players as well," he said on Tuesday. The ICL presently has 18 players from Pakistan and the Lahore Badshahs, led by former captain Inzamam-ul-Haq, has been one of the biggest draws of the unofficial league. Moin Khan suggested PCB should lift bans on ICL players. "If you leave it to the players to decide and choose between Pakistan's domestic cricket and the ICL, the latter's pull would be stronger," he said.