The Leeds defender took to social media after his side's 1-0 win over Bristol City.
Leeds United defender Liam Cooper has cleared up accusations that he swore at supporters on Saturday afternoon.
Indeed, after Leeds' 1-0 win over Bristol City at Elland Road, the 24-year-old took to Twitter amid suggestions he swore at some fans.
Don't know where the swearing at the fans one has come from.. But il put it to bed now.. I didn't swear towards any fan.. Me and marco 1/2— Liam Cooper (@LiamCooper__) January 23, 2016
.... Had a disagreement! Another big 3 points for the boys and we go again Tuesday, have a good weekend everybody #MOT— Liam Cooper (@LiamCooper__) January 23, 2016
Leeds fans will no doubt be pleased to return to winning ways after their 1-0 win, regardless of the quality of opposition or performance.
Both BBC pundit Noel Whelan and head coach Steve Evans admitted Leeds would need to be far better against superior opponents but a win is a win and there were several positives for the Whites on Saturday.
Next up for United is a trip to Brentford, a former club of their former manager Uwe Rosler. Evans will relish the prospect of two wins on the bounce but the likelihood is that will require a much better display.