The Football Association has come under pressure to address a number of chants from England fans about Rio Ferdinand which have been attributed as thinly-veiled racism.
Ferdinand has become a hate figure for a faction of supporters after he withdrew from the squad to face San Marino and Montenegro in the recent World Cup qualifiers.
The Manchester United defender has expressed shock over allegations a minority of England fans sang racist songs about him and his brother during the San Marino game.
But Club England managing director Adrian Bevington said: “At this time we have not found any recorded evidence of discriminatory chanting referring to Rio and Anton Ferdinand and the vile ‘bonfire’ song.
While the Football Association announced further investigations into the alleged abuse, Ferguson insisted it was correct for Ferdinand to pull out of the World Cup qualifier for fitness reasons.
He was unclear as to whether he would get another chance to wear an England shirt but did not expect rival supporters to repeat the abuse heard in midweek.