Boyce believes Fifa is not corrupt

Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce tells BBC Sport's Dan Roan that football's world governing body is not corrupt. The former Irish FA president says any Fifa individuals found guilty of wrongdoing should be punished but says the organisation is taking positive steps to address its problems.

Boyce also says it is time for the English FA to "rebuild bridges" with Fifa - and Uefa - after coming under attack for attempting to delay the presidential election.