Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has criticised Saido Berahino's reaction after his move to Tottenham Hotspur fell through.
Berahino took to Twitter to express his frustration at West Bromwich Albion's refusal to sell him, directing his anger towards chairman Jeremy Peace.
Sad how i cant say exactly how the club has treated me but i can officially say i will never play Jeremy Peace.— Saido Berahino (@SBerahino) September 1, 2015
Henry told SkySports HQ during the 5pm-7pm portion of the channel's transfer deadline day coverage:
"He's not playing for Jeremy Peace, he's playing for West Brom. He has to respect the fans.
"Whatever goes on in the training ground should stay there. Now he has to stay there and deal with the consequences."
It is hard to see Berahino play for the Baggies again without some form of apology for his outburst, privately or publicly.
Even if he does, the reception he will receive from West Brom fans is likely to be mixed at best.
January is a long time to wait, and there remains no guarantee a club will front up the money West Brom want midway through the season.
In a year in which he could have kicked on and earned a place in England's Euro 2016 squad, the whole situation appears to have backfired on the striker, and he has only contrived to make it worse.