Cheltenham boss Mark Yates says there is no bad blood between him and Saturday's matchwinner Byron Harrison.
Harrison climbed off the bench to net his 12th goal of the season against Bury having been dropped by his manager after their fiery discussion in the aftermath of last Tuesday's 4-1 thrashing by Chesterfield.
"I had a couple of chats with individuals and we are not always going to agree on everything," Yates told the Gloucestershire Echo.
"I just wasn't enamoured by or best pleased with a couple of the responses I was given, but it's finished and we are men.
"These things happen in a dressing room that's not winning every week and it's all about how you deal with it.
"We have to make sure meetings like Wednesday are beneficial and come Friday morning things were forgotten because we had to stick together and move on.
"Byron showed no grudges and there are certainly none from me."