Sports Desk LONDON - International Cricket Council (ICC) Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat Saturday admitted that there are technical problems with the Umpires Decision Review System (UDRS), which will not be used in the Test series between India and West Indies. The Indian cricket board has severely opposed the decision review system saying the system is not fool-proof. Lorgat, however, said the world body is pretty satisfied with UDRS, which has been recommended by ICC's cricket committee for all Test matches. Lorgat said the decision to make UDRS mandatory for all Test matches will be take by the ICC Board. "We are very satisfied with the way UDRS, which is pioneering technology, has progressed. No one doubts that it has helped to raise the percentage of correct decisions - by more than five per cent from about 92 per cent to more than 97 per cent - and crucially it has removed the obvious umpiring errors. Even though such errors are rare, thanks to the high level of performance by our elite umpires, they can and do occur from time to time," Lorgat was quoted as saying by "The UDRS helps to remove these and allows the game to proceed without a blatant error. At present there are practical issues with the availability of technology and hence it is up to the respective Member Boards to decide if they wish to use UDRS in any given series," he said. "However, it is for the ICC Board to decide what is in the best interest of the game. The ICC Board will revisit the decisions made surrounding the composition of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 when it next meets at Hong Kong," he said.