Carlos Tevez has told Sky Sports News that he does not feel responsible for the £50m compensation claim between West Ham and Sheffield United. An arbitration panel ruled that Argentina striker Tevez, now at Manchester United, should not have been allowed to play for West Ham in the final matches of the 2006/07 season.
The two clubs are set to return to the High Court in March to decide upon a compensation figure, but Tevez is not worried by the saga.
"As far as I am concerned I did nothing wrong," said Tevez. "I was not the person in charge of all the paperwork.
"I did my job on the pitch and that is where the matter ends for me."