NAIROBI - Kenyan cricket team captain Steve Tikolo said here Sunday he was interested in playing in the Indian Premier Cricket league or in the ICL but no one had contacted him and neither he had contacted any one in the two money spinning cricket leagues. Talking to The Nation here on Sunday at Narobi Gymkhana where his team was trying to avoid a total white wash from the touring Pakistan Cricket Academy team in the one dayer series, he said players from both big and small countries had been invited or contacted to play in India but none had shown interest in Kenyan players. I certainly am interested in playing in India but do not know how, said Tikolo who is the main stay of team's bowling and batting. Tikolo has to sit out in the second and the third one dayer against the PAC due to a shoulder injury suffered in the first one dayer in Mombasa where Kenya lost by 73 runs. They lost the second one dayer by 19 runs. Asked if he was worried about future of Kenya in international cricket, he answered in negative and said Kenya had good young talent but due to limited or no exposure at international level the players were not improving. Without playing tough matches against top opponents the Kenyan players could not improve. Kenya had done well in the past and even reached the semi final of the world cup but as there was no follow up and no test playing countries in the neighbourhood willing to play or invite Kenya, the momentum to improve was lost, he said. "No doubt Kenyan cricket had lost valuable time but still cricket could get a boost if certain measures were taken by the international cricket authorities and those countries playing higher grade of cricket were willing to help," he said. "Look at Bangladesh, they were getting competitive cricket. They ere travelling all over the world and playing ODI's. Kenya had no big brother like India who could help. South African had promised to visit but that promise had still not been fulfilled, he added.