During the hearing on Friday, the Supreme Court had inadvertently named England cricketer Owais Shah among the people being investigated in the IPL spot-fixing scam.
Owais Shah's announcement came four days after Ravi Bopara, his Essex team-mate, had given away his retirement intentions on Twitter.
It is understood that none of the English players or umpires are accused of involvement in match fixing but they have been interviewed as part of an intelligence-gathering process.
Owais Shah, the Essex cricketer, is in his second season with the Rajasthan franchise, having joined them after Kerala Tuskers were evicted from the IPL in 2012.
Stressing the importance of playing good cricket, Dravid asserted that his side is focusing solely on moving to the play-offs without losing any sleep on the fate of the other teams.
Shah also heaped praises on Rahul Dravid, the skipper leading the Rajasthan batting charts this season.
The cricket fans were in dilemma after former England captain Paul Collingwood tweeted Wednesday before the fourth ODI in Mohali in Punjab: "Think I'll need my snow suit for Dharamsala," he said.
The wisdom of holding the game at the height of the winter in the Himachal town, nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, was questioned. The area has heavy snowfall around this time and only last week it snowed.
Former New Zealand Test allrounder Scott Styris has signed to play for the Hobart Hurricanes in Australia's Big Bash Twenty20 cricket league next season.
England cricketer Owais Shah, playing for the Rajasthan Royals, was reprimanded for his behaviour during his team's five-wicket loss to Deccan Chargers in the Indian Premier League (IPL) here on Friday.