Charles N'Zogbia insists there is no problem with Aston Villa manager Alex McLeish after he was left out of the weekend's defeat by Manchester United.
The French winger was not included in the 18-man squad for Saturday's 1-0 home loss as punishment for missing a treatment session last week.
The summer signing from Wigan Athletic was also fined for the incident, but was back in training with the rest of the Villa squad on Monday.
McLeish has confirmed there is no grudge with N'Zogbia and he is determined to help the wide-man recapture his best form this season.
N'Zogbia is also keen to move on from the matter and is now focused on reclaiming his place for Villa's trip to Bolton Wanderers this weekend.
"My mind is focused on preparing for the game on Saturday at Bolton and I will train hard, as normal," N'Zogbia told the club's official website.
"I have spoken to the manager, he has dealt with it and we have no problem.
"We are in this together, so we just move on. I will work hard to get back in the team.
"I want to show the fans of Aston Villa what I can do for them and for the team and that will be my objective on Saturday."