LAHORE - Younis Khan aims to launch a players' association in Pakistan and has already contacted the Federation of International Cricketers Association (FICA), a report said on Friday. The Pakistan captain met FICA chief Tim May in London during the T20 World Cup in June and 'had sought details about the formation of players' association.' Khan has discussed the issue with current and former players in Pakistan and plans to meet Pakistan Cricket Board officials. "I want to work for the betterment of cricketers in Pakistan because there are several players who are in a lot of financial problems," Younis was quoted by reports. "I don't want any confrontation with the PCB and we are not making a group against the board." Khan, who led Pakistan to victory in the T20 World Cup, said: "We just want to gather the players for their own rights." Khan is expected to have another meeting with May during the Champions Trophy which begins from Sept. 22 in South Africa. Pakistan's former test captain Majid Khan formed a players association during the 1980s but it did not last long.