Former president, Dave Cameron has formally written to Cricket West Indies, requesting its support in his bid to become chairman of World Cricket's governing body, the ICC.
Cameron is optimistic the work done in his six years as CWI president can help him if he's successful.
Cameron added that even if there is no personal support from CWI president Ricky Skerritt, the decision ought not to be left up to him alone.
In the meantime, Cameron is not too deterred by the prospect of facing outgoing chairman of the ECB Colin Graves as well as the possible challenge of former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly.
Cameron was speaking on Hitz 92 FM's Sports Grill with Simon Crosskill on Monday.
The elections will be conducted in the last week of July and the global body will also finalize the nomination process for the elections by the end of this week.
Meanwhile, CEO of Cricket West Indies, Johnny Grave has confirmed CWI's receipt of Cameron's formal request for support in his quest for the role of chairman of the ICC.
However, Grave says the regional board is yet to engage in any formal discussions as to whether they will support the former CWI president.