Shaun Maloney insists there are no problems in the Celtic dressing room following an alleged row between Artur Boruc and Aiden McGeady.
The pair were reportedly involved in a training-ground bust-up on Thursday, which was later played down by manager Gordon Strachan.
Celtic then went on to scrape past Second Division outfit Queens Park with a narrow 2-1 win in the Scottish Cup.
And Maloney has insisted: "Everybody at the club gets on well. I don't think there is anything wrong in the dressing room.
"This was just one of those unfortunate things that happen. Everyone seems to get on well."
Asked if that included Boruc and McGeady, he replied: "You would probably need to ask them that."
Maloney insists Celtic are now turning their focus to this weekend's Old Firm derby as they attempt to stretch their lead over Rangers to five points.
He said: "We now have a big game this weekend and obviously depending on the result things could be a lot happier.
"Hopefully that will be a turning point."