Fabrice Muamba's father revealed some of the first words his son said to him were, "Did we lose the game?"
When the Bolton midfielder's father Marcel told him the FA Cup quarter-final against Tottenham had been abandoned, Muamba asked "why?", to which his dad replied "because of you".
Muamba continues to recover from the cardiac arrest he suffered on Saturday evening, and has had various visitors from within English football since he collapsed at White Hart Lane.
It has also been claimed that the ex-England Under 21 international asked about his three-year-old son Joshua after coming round from a coma.
Muamba's condition is now regarded as "serious", after a significant improvement which has seen the 23-year-old begin to communicate in both French (he grew up in the Democratic Republic of Congo) and English.
Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor, meanwhile, said Muamba is "acting normal".
Adebayor, who didn't play in the weekend fixture, visited Muamba on Tuesday evening at the London Chest Hospital, and said: "He's a strong guy and I think he has been through a lot of things in the last two days.
"But he's back to normal and he's trying to talk normal and he's acting normal which is very important. At the moment it's looking good. As a brother, as a friend, it's a big relief," he told Sky Sports News.
Tottenham face Stoke City at White Hart Lane tonight, and manager Harry Redknapp said yesterday he would not force players to feature if they were not in the right mind to play.
The 65-year-old did however added that Spurs "need to get on" and were "ready" to face the Potters.
Adebayor also praised both sides' medical staff on Saturday. The Togolese added: "We are very happy the medics from Bolton and Tottenham did a great job - and we have to thank the almighty God as well.
"Hopefully he'll recover very quickly. Now we have to see how, when they put him on his feet, he reacts as well. That's another test."