The Wests Tigers Kiwi star Benji Marshall insists he wouldn't stand for illegal drug or supplement use at his National Rugby League club, adamant the Tigers aren't embroiled in the scandal that has rocked Australian sport.
The Tigers are the latest club to pledge their innocence in the Australian Crime Commission's investigations into the use of illicit supplements and organised crime in sport.
North Queensland, Penrith and Canberra have become the first clubs to come forward in response to the witch hunt.
Marshall, who said he had never been offered any performance-enhancing drugs throughout his career, guaranteed the Tigers were not in any trouble.
Meanwhile Benji Marshall says he's relieved to be moving back to five-eighth after spending a year in the number seven jersey at the Tigers.