Wales captain Aaron Ramsey insists he has moved on after breaking his leg and would not object to Ryan Shawcross joining the national team.
Wales boss Chris Coleman has been open about the fact that he would like to bring Shawcross into his squad, with the Stoke defender eligible after being educated for five years in the country.
But Coleman is wary of the fact that it was a tackle from Shawcross that broke Ramsey's leg in six places in February 2010, causing the Arsenal man to miss nine months of football.
Ramsey ignored the initial attempts by Shawcross to apologise for the tackle but the 21-year-old insists it will not be an issue for him if asked to play in the same team.
"I had a text off him straight after I done my leg but that's it," said Ramsey, who has made a full recovery and recently represented Team GB in the Olympic Games.
"There is no situation.
"Chris is the manager. He is the one who makes the decisions. I am the captain. I am a player and I just turn up and play.
"I am over what happened, I have moved on since then and as I have said it is up to the manager what he thinks is right to do for the team."
Coleman admitted last week that "there is an issue" between Shawcross and Ramsey but has praised his skipper's mature attitude towards the matter.
Coleman's main priority is to construct a squad that can qualify for the next World Cup and he is currently focused on Wednesday's friendly against Bosnia-Herzegovina in Llanelli.
While Parc-y-Scarlets is the team's home for this fixture, the former Fulham boss hopes they can inspire the Welsh public once more and fill the Millennium Stadium again in the future.
He said: "The quicker we start and the better we do in the first three or four games, then we can try and bring the Welsh public back.
"Ideally we will be playing at the Millennium Stadium in front of packed houses again sooner rather than later.
"That's what we want to get back to, but we only get back to that if we are successful, and we know that."