West Ham midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger has revealed team-mates Robert Green and Mark Noble have made up after their row.
Green and Noble had an altercation with each other following Bolton's opening goal in West Ham's 3-0 defeat at the Reebok Stadium.
The bust-up summed up a disappointing day for the Hammers as they missed the chance to boost their survival hopes.
Hitzlsperger claims the argument was resolved after the game with the pair making up with each other.
"I didn't know exactly what was happening but I could see they had an argument," Hitzlsperger told the Daily Star.
"In the dressing room they shook hands though and it's sorted out.
"We can't afford arguments going on after the game so that's a good thing. The game is over and we can't do anything about it now."
West Ham remain in the drop zone with just six games left in the season and Hitzlsperger admits they cannot afford a repeat of their Bolton horror show if they are to stay up.
"We know all of those kind of things and now we've got six really big games coming up.
"I'm sure we won't play like this again, especially not next week.
"That's what we need to focus on now.
"We can't predict whether we stay up or go down but if we play like today then it's going to be tough."