“I don’t feel like I owe an apology to anybody,” he asserted.
“An apology is something when you’ve done something wrong. Do I regret? I regret being in a situation as obviously the situation has made it difficult, and I believe I am at the biggest club in the world, so I regret putting the fans, the club through this.”
The England international revealed his desire to enjoy a normal family holiday at a destination he has great affection for, at the end of an extended and exhausting season.
“I think it could have happened anywhere,” he reasoned.
“I love Greece. I think us footballers get a bit of stick for trying to stay away from everything and the public eye but that’s not the way I want to live my life.”
Harry was convicted in an initial trial related to a series of events, which started with him protecting his sister during an incident in Mykonos. However, the acceptance of his appeal means that the verdict was nullified and Harry is, once again, presumed innocent as he awaits a full retrial at a later date.
“I have great faith in Greek law,
“ he said. ”And a retrial will give us more time to prepare, gather the evidence, allow witnesses into the court and I’m really confident that the truth will be told.”