Norwich City's Andy Hughes is set to be investigated by the Football Association following an altercation with his own supporters.
The midfielder reportedly became embroiled in an argument with Canaries fans following the final whistle of the 4-1 defeat to Burnley which cost former boss Nigel Worthington his job.
Whilst the police have neglected to act on the matter, The FA have launched a probe into the incident which could result in a disrepute charge for the 28-year-old.
"We have received the referee's report and have talked to the police," said an FA spokesman.
"We are now awaiting video evidence."
A spokesman for the Championship outfit confirmed that the club would also be looking closely at Hughes' actions before deciding what measures to take.
"We understand the police are not intending to take the matter any further and we will be reviewing the video evidence ourselves before deciding whether any further action will be taken," said a club spokesman.
Norwich are still without a manager following the exit of Worthington, and travel to QPR on Saturday in a bid to resurrect their league form.