Charlton Athletic goalkeeper Darren Randolph is 'unhappy' with Graham Turner's statement that he is unlikely to play for Hereford United again.
Randolph is currently on loan at Hereford until January, but refused to play in last weekend's FA Cup tie against Dagenham & Redbridge.
The Irish shot-stopper was disappointed with the Bulls' interest in signing another keeper on loan, with Matt Murray now having joined from Wolves.
Hereford boss Turner released a statement on Tuesday to express his disappointment with Randolph's actions and to suggest he would not feature for the club again before the end of his loan spell.
Though Randolph has not gone into detail regarding the situation, he confirmed he is not happy with Turner's comments.
Two sides to every story
"There are two sides to every story, and I'm not at all happy with Hereford's statement," Randolph told Charlton's official website. "However, I am letting the club deal with it on my behalf."
Addicks boss Alan Pardew has offered his support to Randolph, saying: "There are other factors here as well, and I am disappointed with Graham Turner's statement.
"We never instigated Darren's loan, and Hereford were beside themselves when we all agreed for Darren to go out on loan. What's even more disappointing is that we agreed to supplement Darren's wages.
"The reports I've received indicate that, after a settling-in period, Darren has done a great job there, and it seems that has also been recognised by Hereford's fans."