Cricket West Indies CEO Johnny Grave says he would like to meet with West Indian players Kieron Pollard, Dwayne and Darren Bravo as well as Sunil Narine in order to iron out ongoing issues between the players and the board.
His comments follow a recent statement made by Dwayne Bravo who said he was denied the opportunity to help Caribbean people by Cricket West Indies by being omitted from the teams involved in the hurricane relief game at Lord's.
The West Indies will be playing a World XI in the contest to raise funds to repair five major cricket venues damaged by hurricanes Irma and Maria and named a 13-man squad which didn't include the Bravo brothers, Narine or Pollard.
Grave says there is currently too much uncertainty over the availability of the four players and that he wants to sit with them and discuss their future in West Indies cricket.
The players, who were also told that they would not be allowed to represent the rest of the world eleven, are also understood to have requested bank details in order to donate money to the cause.