Reggie Bush wants his Heisman Trophy back and his records reinstated. On Thursday, the day in which the NCAA’s new name, image and likeness policies took effect, the former USC star released a statement.

Bush was the winner of the Heisman following an outstanding 2005 season but was later forced to forfeit the award after the NCAA ruled that he received impermissible benefits while playing at USC. He believes the trophy should be returned and that the records should be back on the books.

“We reached out to the NCAA on multiple occasions and received no help or got no response at all,” Bush wrote. “It is my strong belief that I won the Heisman Trophy ‘solely’ due to my hard work and dedication on the football field and it is also my firm belief that my records should be reinstated.”

Below is the full statement Bush sent out on Twitter:

During that 2005 season at USC, Bush rushed for 1,740 yards and 16 touchdowns on 200 carries and also had 478 receiving yards and 2 more scores on 37 receptions. Bush added 493 yards on kickoff returns and 179 on punt returns.

Over the course of his three-year career with the Trojans, Bush totaled 3,169 yards on the ground, 1,301 receiving yards and accounted for 42 total touchdowns.

“I never cheated this game,” Bush followed up on Twitter. “That was what they wanted you to believe about me.”