Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos insists his differences with coach Jose Mourinho have been sorted out.
The pair have had differences in the past, including after the Madrid boss moved the Spaniard to his less favoured right-back position, but Ramos says all is behind the pair.
"We have had our differences and we have sorted them out now. My relationship with him is good," Ramos told Cadena Ser.
After Madrid's win at Levante on Sunday, accusations were made by both teams over a meeting that turned ugly between Pepe and Sergio Ballesteros in the changing rooms.
But Ramos insists there was pushing but no punching after the game.
"I have always had a relationship with [Ballesteros] and we spoke before the game. He even congratulated me for the success of Madrid and Spain.
"But I am not going to say that anything happened in the players' tunnel.
"He went into the room where Ronaldo was and Pepe was also in there, but my team-mate did not attack him. There were no punches thrown. Only a few words and some pushing.
"We arrived in time to split everyone up. For me it is all finished and I only wish the best for Ballesteros."