Speaking to The Sun at Euston Station, Carragher said he has talked with the family of the 14-year-old girl he was filmed spitting at on Saturday.
Carragher didn't comment when asked if he expects to be sacked from his £1m-a-year role as a Sky Sports pundit.
The 40-year-old was filmed spitting towards a 14-year-old girl while driving his Range Rover in heavy traffic near Manchester United's Old Trafford ground.
Danish TV station TV3 Sport has already confirmed Carragher will no longer analyse Manchester United's Champions League clash with Sevilla for the station following the incident.
He was due to appear on Sky's Monday Night Football to provide analysis of Stoke v Manchester City tonight but his role now appears in jeopardy.
- Footage emerged yesterday of Carragher spitting at a 14-year-old girl through the window of his Range Rover
- The £1m-a-year pundit was photographed arriving in London this morning for a showdown with Sky bosses amid reports he could be sacked
- Danish TV station TV3 Sport has already confirmed Carragher will no longer front their Champions League coverage tomorrow night
- Joey Barton has said the former Liverpool defender should be sacked from his role
- Vinnie Jones branded him as a 'coward' on TalkSPORT
- Richard Keys – who resigned from Sky after a sexism scandal – said 'this will be interesting'
- Go to Sun Football for all the latest
Jamie Carragher apologises for spitting at 14-year-old girl, as he arrives at London Euston