LAHORE Former Pakistan captain Younus Khan, who led Pakistan to victory in the World Twenty20 in England last year, believes the absence of injured pace spearhead Umar Gul can affect the team in West Indies next month. The third edition of World Twenty20 begins in the Carribean April 30. The rise of Lalit Modi before the big fall Its a huge setback for us that Gul has been ruled out as he has proved to be very successful for us in T20. He was one of the key players in helping Pakistan reach the last two T20 World Cup finals, Younis was quoted by Pakpassion. However, Younus said Pakistan still has plenty of weapons in its arsenal. I still feel we can work our way through. We have good bowlers like Amer, Asif, Ajmal and Afridi. We are still capable of reaching the semis and after that you just need a bit of luck, he said. Younus said fast bowler Mohammad Sami and left-arm spinner Abdul Rehman, who were included in Pakistans squad at the last minute, have the capability of doing well in the West Indies. Sami and Rehman are good choices as both of them have done well in domestic matches, he said. Earlier, Younus Khans lawyer said he wanted a quick decision on his appeal against an indefinite ban imposed on him by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). My client wants his ban to be revoked and decision should be taken as soon as possible on it, said Ahmed Qayyum, Younuss lawyer. So far we have not received any official notification from PCB regarding appointment of Justice R. Irfan Qadir to hear the appeal, added Qayyum. Younus is hoping to make his international return soon. I have not heard anything about the hearing from PCB yet. I am still waiting and whenever they will call, I will go. Younis said he is keeping himself fully fit as there are chances of him being recalled for a marathon tour of England this summer. I am practicing as I always have done. I am not one of those who will sit around when not playing, he added.