Wolves midfielder Karl Henry believes Danny Murphy should stay focused on Fulham rather than commenting on other teams.
Murphy criticised managers that send their players out 'so pumped up there are bound to be problems' after Fulham team-mate Bobby Zamora suffered a broken leg in a challenge with Henry at Craven Cottage in September.
He identified Wolves, Stoke and Blackburn as teams that play with an overly physical emphasis, and is likely to receive a hostile reception in Saturday's Premier League clash at Molineux.
Henry has now responded by telling Murphy to keep his concentration on Fulham and not make such statements about rival clubs.
"Danny Murphy should worry about himself and his team and no one else's," said Henry.
"I'm not worrying about anything else but the bigger picture, which is that we're bottom of the league and we need to get out of trouble."
Henry admits he was affected by Zamora's injury, with the Fulham striker sidelined for several months before recently returning to action.
"When you're talking about an injury to a player, it's not something you easily brush off," he explained.
"I spoke to Bobby when it happened and I've spoken to him since.
"I'm really pleased to see he's fit again and back scoring goals.
"I will play my normal game."