The former Malmo chief made the claims after taking a powerful sedative to help him forget about his worthless existence.
He said: “The mother goat was very kind to me. I walked on all fours till the age of 32.”
A source close to Hodgson insisted that the story was not true.
“It’s not true.”
The manager’s loyal sidekick Frank Lampard, revealed that Hodgson is in the middle of a nervous breakdown and has tried to run away on numerous occasions.
He said: “At training today the gaffer was lying flat, face down on the grass motionless.
“All he kept saying was ‘I don’t belong here’.”
A spokesperson for the goat charity, Goats Forever In Our Hearts, welcomed the rare opportunity to promote their silly cause.
“We hope that the England manager’s comments will make people think more about goats and their place within society.”