France midfielder Florent Malouda wants to forget about his nation's disastrous World Cup campaign.
Les Bleus crashed out of the group stage in South Africa after accruing just one point, following defeats to the hosts and Mexico.
Their abject performance on the pitch was trumped only by their shambolic display off it, as divisions within the camp saw Raymond Domenech's men in absolute disarray.
Nicolas Anelka was sent home for an argument with the coach at half-time during the Mexico game, and the players refused to train following the decision to put him on a plane back to France.
A training ground bust-up then ensued between captain Patrice Evra and fitness coach Robert Duverne, while France team director Jean-Louis Valentin resigned from the French Football Federation, claiming he was 'ashamed' of the team.
Malouda, who scored France's only goal of the tournament, says he is tired by the events of the last few weeks and wants to forget about the ordeal.
"I am tired mentally about our behaviour and play in South Africa," he told skysports.com.
"I want to forget that and go and rest to recharge my batteries for next season.
"I have had enough and want to rest and forget about it all."
Thierry Henry has been called up by France president Nicolas Sarkozy to explain Les Bleus' showing in the World Cup.
The French players were booked on economy flights home, but the likes of Franck Ribery and Yoann Gourcuff have travelled back in private jets.