Kyle Walker will not face action from the FA but has apologised over pictures released of him taking the legal high.
The pictures, taken on a night out in Sheffield in June, show the Tottenham full back taking what is commonly known as 'laughing gas', a legal high consisting of nitrous oxide.
The drug can be fatal if taken repeatedly, and Walker was quick to show he was sorry about the night in question.
"Now I know the health risks, it was poor judgement on my part. I hope no one's influenced into putting their health at risk by my actions."
Walker, through his Twitter account, added: "Apologies for not commenting sooner on a story about me today. I've been training and am focused on Tuesday's game for England."