LAHORE - International Cricket Council chief executive Dave Richardson has said Test cricket represents the true form of the game and should be the foremost priority of the playing nations. In the backdrop of the Indian Premier League, he said there was no doubt the twenty20 cricket though has been the domestic success in South Africa, England, India and Pakistan but the test cricket is the base of all. "If you ask any player he would say he want to play test cricket for his country," he said. "We will be discussing holding of the test league in the executive board meeting and look for options for holding it for its format maybe of two, three or four years but would be looking to have good quality cricket in test," he added. Richardson said that T20 is no doubt is an entertainment cricket but "we would like it to be having high quality cricket with full entertainment." "We believe the t20 would have great benefits on 50 overs game and test cricket wont be effected," he added. On ICL, he said that it is the issue of the BCCI and if they have applied with the India board it is the BCCI to look at it. To a question, he said that the ICC wanted to keep the game clean of any corruption. "When it comes to anti-corruption the ICC is doing every effort to keep the game clean and catch the big fish. We follow policy and keep several thing secret," he added. "The involvement of any player in fixing can cause incredible damage to the game and team-mates. We want to keep them safe. "We are in regular contact with other sports being played and are monitoring the situation, which is very fragile. At this stage we are comfortable with the situation," he added. On Muhammad Asif, he said that the ICC has asked the PCB to keep them apprised of every development in his case. "The ICC is Wada signatory and wanted to keep the game clean. There will be no compromise on drugs," he added.