LA Galaxy winger Robbie Rogers says teammates turn to him for fashion advice.

The 26-year-old Rogers debuted earlier this year with the LA Galaxy after coming out gay and announcing his retirement from soccer.

In speaking with ABC's This Week, Rogers, who previously said that his greatest coming out fear was the locker room, was asked how his teammates have reacted.

“So, any awkward moments in the locker room?” David Wright asked.

“For the most part no,” Rogers answered. “Especially in our locker room, the guys are very respectful and, you know, we make jokes ...”

“What kind of jokes?”

“I'm the first person they come to for like fashion advice. And I'm just like, 'Come on. Are you serious?'” the always dapper Rogers replied.

Rogers added that Philip Anschutz, the billionaire who owns LA Galaxy and helped fund Colorado's Amendment 2, which prohibited municipalities from enacting anti-discrimination laws based on sexual orientation, has not said a word to him.

“No conversations at all,” Rogers said. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)