Tjaronn Chery has told Queens Park Rangers' official website that he is back on good terms with Chris Ramsey, after a public dispute between the pair occurred on Friday.
R's boss Ramsey hauled Chery off during the first-half of his side's 4-0 defeat to Fulham last week, and the attacking midfielder's reaction to this decision seemed to highlight a lack of respect within the camp.
The Dutchman wandered off down the tunnel, and made a point to clap the QPR fans who were booing Ramsey's decision to take him off, rather than joining his teammates and watching from the bench.
After the match Ramsey told Get West London that Chery's actions had been 'disappointing' but it seems that the pair have put their differences to one side, after some productive meetings this week.
"My reaction was not good," he said. "I shouldn’t have done this and I want to apologise to the manager and my team-mates for this, and the supporters also.
“I was frustrated to come off after 30 minutes but I should not have left the pitch, and I will not do this again. I have spoken with the manager about this and everything is fine now.
“It was not something I did against the manager or against my team-mates, it was a little bit of frustration with the game and to be taken off.
“But it was good to speak with the manager, and now we move forward to the next game.”
Ramsey will be pleased to have got Chery back on side, as the manager will be needing the 27-year-old in top form over the coming weeks.
Ramsey is under huge pressure at Loftus Road, with the side winless in their last four matches.
With Charlie Austin out, his task of improving their form looks a tough one, but Chery is one of the players who does possess the ability to cover for their star striker's absence.
Chery has netted three times in his first 10 appearances for QPR since joining this summer, and will be keen to make headlines again for the right reasons when his side take on Bolton Wanderers this weekend.