Wiggins, and the Sky cycling team, have been unable to provide paperwork to clarify how they used TUEs, where certain substances can be used with special permission, and administered other medicines.
Former team-mate Chris Froome recently apologised on behalf of the team with a UK Anti-Doping investigation into allegations of wrongdoing still ongoing.
Speaking on Soccer AM, Wiggins said, 'It's the worst thing to be accused of as a man of my integrity given what I believe and what I've done to get to where I am today.
"But fortunately there is an investigation under way and I can't say too much but that will run its course."
Wiggins also said that when he gets the chance to put his side of the story across there, will be some shocking revelations.
"Eventually I will get my say and there is a lot to say. It's going to shock a few people."
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