Stoke City striker Ricardo Fuller is adamant referee Keith Stroud was right to award his side a penalty against Hull City.
The Potters claimed a point at the Britannia Stadium as Fuller converted his spot-kick with 18 minutes remaining to cancel out Marlon King's first-half strike.
It has been suggested Fuller went down easily under a challenge from Tigers goalkeeper Boaz Myhill, but the forward has rejected the claims.
Fuller said in The Sentinel: "He touched my leg. He pulled back my leg as I nicked the ball away from him. It was definitely a penalty."
Stoke currently lie 13th in the Premier League table, three points above the relegation places after playing 15 matches of the season.