The Pakistan Cricket Board has suggested the ICC executive board evolve a consensus among cricket boards on the recommendations of the Woolf report on cricket's global governance before deciding whether to implement it or not.
This comes a week after Cricket Australia said the ICC executive board would be "silly" to simply reject the recommendations of the Woolf report; that itself was a reaction to the Indian board's objections.
"We are studying it and it isn't that bad," Zaka Ashraf, the PCB chairman, told ESPNcricinfo. "If you look at it in a broader form, it can prove useful for international cricket. Obviously there are reservations but those need to be debated instead of being rejected outright.