Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has dismissed criticism of his Euros with England. He defiantly declared that he has nothing to reproach himself about, even though Roy Hodgson himself admitted that Rooney had under-performed in the penalty shoot-out defeat by Italy in the quarter-finals.
"I regret what I did in Montenegro," said Rooney. "I shouldn't have done it and I took the punishment I was given.
"I had no problem with the two-game ban I got and I will learn from it.
"I am sure everyone was keeping a close eye on me during the two games I did play and they all saw that I had no problem with my discipline.
"I showed last season that there's nothing for me to worry about.
"I didn't get a single booking for United in the Premier League, so it's not something that I am concerned about."