The Football Association (FA) has refused to comment on reports that England players used sleeping pills the night before their delayed World Cup qualifier against Poland.
Reports in a number of newspapers have since suggested that England players used tablets to allow them to get to sleep on the night of the announcement of the postponement.
There were also claims the players required caffeine pills before the match's
Manchester United defender
"What's all the fuss with caffeine/sleeping tablets?? Players have used them for yrs before + after games without any fuss..," he wrote on his Twitter page.
He wrote: "Throughout my career players have taken sleeping pills night be4 game and caffeine tablets day of game never been a problem in media be4."