El-Hadji Diouf insists that there are no issues between him and former team-mate Anton Ferdinand.
Diouf left Sunderland last week when he was reunited with his former Bolton boss Sam Allardyce at Blackburn.
The Senegalese star left amid claims his departure was hastened by a big row with Ferdinand.
But Diouf played down the row insisting he was only mad with Ferdinand for a day.
"Anton is my man, he just made me mad for one day - that's it. He knows that I don't like it when someone gives me a headache, everybody knows my character," Diouf told The Sun.
"If there is something wrong with the team then I want to tell everybody. But it's finished, Anton is a good man.
"I have spoken to him since and I don't have an issue with him.
"I don't regret what I said, I don't regret anything. It's just that he told me something while I was talking to the gaffer and it was not the right time to do that.
"It is gone, it is finished now. I'm very happy because I've signed for a good club like Blackburn. I want to be someone who gives everything to the club so that we stay in the Premier League.
"The row with Anton is now over. He used to come to my house to eat, drink, everything.
"I used to go to his house, play pool and everything. Me and Anton never had any problems. It's just when I'm mad I had a problem with him."