Espanyol goalkeeper Carlos Kameni has apologised after clashing with a fan during a training session.
The Cameroon international, who has been under the spotlight after recent on-field errors, reacted after he was abused by the supporter on Tuesday.
Reports suggest that the altercation ensued when the fan told Kameni, who has been linked with a transfer window move to Fulham, not to bother renewing his contract.
Espanyol are currently just one point above bottom club Osasuna in the Primera Liga table, having taken just two points from their last six matches.
Kameni told the club's official website: "I regret what happened.
"I neither wanted, nor tried to, attack anyone or create any kind of problem with my behaviour but it was very hard for me to hear certain comments while I was training.
"I always give my all in training and matches. I am very self-critical and that meant I did not accept the comment I heard because it upset me a lot, both because of my personal situation and that of the team.
"I know I should have ignored those words."