Celtic boss Gordon Strachan has played down an alleged row between Artur Boruc and Aiden McGeady.
The duo are reported to have clashed during training on Thursday and it is not the first time McGeady has found himself in trouble this season as the winger was suspended for two weeks for a breach of club discipline in December after speaking out against Strachan during a dressing-room row.
But Strachan has revealed no-one will be punished following the incident.
"There was nothing untoward which we've not seen before on a football field or a training field," Strachan said.
"Artur trained on Friday and he trained well. We've all shouted and screamed on a training field, and that will not change.
"It's only shouting and screaming and all the boys were absolutely fantastic on Friday morning.
"There won't be any action taken against anyone, we're all fine. Everyone was in good spirits on Friday."