Pakistan's Salman Butt and Muhammad Asif are considering an option of writing to the ICC to confirm whether the governing body has any reservations over their selection for international cricket.
The two players who were banned for spot-fixing in 2011 along with Muhammad Aamir for five-years are presently playing domestic cricket but have not been considered for national selection.
In contrast Aamir was allowed to make a comeback in December 2015.
"There have been rumors and speculations that the PCB is reluctant to select us because of some issues with the ICC. We might write to the ICC directly to confirm if this is true. If there is any problem over our selection," Asif told PTI on Sunday.
Butt a former Pakistan captain and considered the ring leader of the spot-fixing scandal said he was also feeling down at such reports that he and Asif might never be selected again for Pakistan because of reservations involving the PCB, ICC and others.
"I don't know whether they are true but I will consult my lawyers and I could also write a letter to the ICC just seeking a clarification if there is any reservations over us being considered for international competition again," Butt told PTI.
He however conceded that he and Asif needed to also produce big performances in domestic cricket to nudge the selectors.
Butt said that having played international cricket and performed in the past they deserved a call up atleast for a training camp so that the selectors could check them out and their fitness.
The two players were also named in the Pakistan Super League draft but not picked up by any franchise. Asif also said that he is not at ease with the prevailing situation.
"I have served my ban and if I perform well I want to know I can get a fair shot at making a comeback. I could ask the ICC to just clear the situation about us," he said.
"I just want to know that if we perform the selectors will consider us properly and invite us for camps."