The shrug from the Derry man says it all.
Manchester City's tunnel cam is one of football's hidden glories - an untapped resource which provides a behind-the-scenes look into Premier League games, where most other clubs make an effort to do the opposite.
Yesterday, part of the half-time tunnel footage (most of which is pretty boring, to be honest) did feature a good-natured disagreement between Argentinian international Pablo Zabaleta and Ireland's own James McClean, with the latter feeling aggrieved having been denied a penalty when he claimed his cross struck the City right-back on the arm.
Zabaleta seems to have a quick look for McClean as he emerges from the City tunnel and tells him to stop complaining, saying "I've seen it!" - referring of course to footage of the incident in question, much to the amusement of referee Mike Jones and his assistants.
Skip to 9:25 in the following video to see the episode unfold.
Spare a thought, too, for Gael Clichy, who misses the exchange but seems very keen to know what's going on as he joins the rest of his side.