LAHORE  -  The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has received positive response from several international players for its proposed Twenty20 Premier League, said chairman Zaka Ashraf during a TV programme.

"The positive thing is that we have already held discussions with some international players and they have shown willingness to come and play in our league. The only thing they want is good money and financial guarantee for coming to Pakistan," Ashraf said. Ashraf said the PCB tried to convince some of the boards to play a limited-over series in Pakistan for the revival of international cricket in the strife-torn nation. "But it appears that the boards will not take the initiative and we will have to first hold the Premier League and get international players to change the perception of playing in Pakistan," he said.