Celtic boss Gordon Strachan says he is happy with his players' off-field behaviour after Scott Brown hit the headlines.
Reports have claimed that Brown was among a group of men given a verbal warning by British Transport Police at Newcastle station on Sunday.
The midfielder has also been linked to the drinking scandal after Scotland's recent World Cup qualifier against Holland, which saw Barry Ferguson and Allan McGregor punished.
However, Strachan has received no complaints about Brown and is confident his players were on their best behaviour during the international break.
More than happy
"Over the last two weeks, I have had no complaints about my players' behaviour, whether on international duty or whether on their own time," said Strachan.
"When that happens, I take it my players are behaving badly.
"But until then, I am more than happy with the way the players are behaving themselves just now.
"Nobody has complained about my players, so there is no need to talk about things that have not happened."
A BTP spokesman said earlier: "BTP officers attended Newcastle Central rail station on Sunday, April 5, following a report of a group shouting and swearing on board a train.
"The incident was reported to police at 7.51pm.
"Two members of the group were removed from the train, but were not arrested. They were given verbal warnings, as were the rest of the group."