Belgium's coaches have played down any talk of a spat with midfield star Eden Hazard.
The Lille winger is enjoying an excellent campaign in France and is considered one of the hottest prospects in Europe.
But Hazard does not appear to be overly impressing with his national side.
He was an unused substitute during their weekend win over Austria, whilst he featured for the last half-hour of their victory over Azerbaijan on Tuesday.
Belgium coach Georges Leekens insisted that there was no spat over Hazard, he was just picking the best team.
"Eden is a man of action, but the fact he did no play against Austria was only because of the balance I wanted for the team," said Leekens.
"I work with a large group of about 25 players and the collective takes precedence, the players must accept that the team is more important than personal success."
Assistant Marc Wilmots added: "There is no Eden Hazard problem.
"We are building a squad and we are making choices. Eden remains a very important element, as do other ones.
"In the group he is well present, never late, but maybe he could show more rigour and desire during training sessions. Maybe he should have less fun, even if it is his asset.
"I know in France he is number one, but so far we are trying to find the more competitive team. But don't be afraid, we know Eden Hazard's quality."