LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board will honour the court ruling which allowed former Pakistan captain Salim Malik resume cricket. PCB legal adviser Tafazzul Rizvi said "The board will honor Thursday's court ruling. "PCB did not impose the ban, we just implemented the recommendations of inquiry tribunal," Rizvi said. "We will honor the decision of session court and will not file an appeal against the ruling." Malik said that he had got an offer to play in the Indian Cricket League, the non-sanctioned Twenty20 competition run by former India captain Kapil Dev. "He (Kapil) has offered me to play in the Indian Cricket League, but I don't think so I can play competitive cricket after staying out from it for the last eight-nine years," Malik said. Despite his life ban, Malik said he had twice met new PCB chairman Ijaz Butt since he was appointed to the position earlier this month."I had two meetings with Mr. Butt and if I am given an opportunity to serve Pakistan cricket in any capacity, I am more than willing to do that," Malik said.Former Pakistan paceman Ata-ur-Rehman was among those who gave evidence to the 1999-2000 PCB inquiry about the prevalence of match-fixing by his Pakistan teammates. He later retracted his comments, prompting the inquiry judge to warn him against committing perjury. Rehman also received a life ban from cricket for match fixing, but that was revoked by the International Cricket Council in 2006. Malik played 103 Tests and 263 One-Day Internationals between 1981 and 1999. He captained the team in 12 tests and 34 one-day games.