Paris Saint Germain coach Paul Le Guen has dismissed rumours of a fall out with Mateja Kezman.
The Serbian was not included in the defeat to Toulouse at the weekend.
Reports suggested that the 29-year-old former Chelsea star was far from happy.
But Le Guen has looked to play down any notion of a spat between the two.
"I don't prevent Kezman from talking to you," he told the media after a press conference for the forward was cancelled.
"I won't refuse that, but of course you have to give well-argued words and your talk is coherent.
"I used to be a player so I know you can be very furious with your coach.
"But Jeremie Clement, Sammy Traore or Clement Chantome could also be furious about not playing.
"I am used to making choices for the good of the team. At first, Mateja was not always on the bench, and then I had no trouble with him.
"He is part of the group and if one day he makes statements I don't like, I would tell him."