Tottenham and West Brom supporters took to social media on Friday afternoon following the 22-year-old's remarks.
West Brom forward Saido Berahino offered what many felt was a long overdue apology on Friday afternoon.
Indeed, Berahino said sorry for threatening to go on strike during Tottenham Hotspur's attempt to sign the youngster two transfer windows ago.
The Baggies forward was once again linked with Tottenham in January but has remained at West Brom.
And the 22-year-old is now looking to mend his bridges with the club and their fans, apologising to supporters and also thanking them...
West Bromwich Albion (@WBAFCofficial) February 26, 2016
The reaction from West Brom supporters on social media has been largely positive. They are hoping Berahino's words are genuine and that the forward can now go on a goalscoring run at the Hawthorns.
Some Tottenham fans, however, have responded with scepticism.
Spurs supporters commented on the fact Berahino's interview looked a little forced and several still hold hope of a move to White Hart Lane in the summer.
Here's a selection of the Twitter reaction to Berahino's apology...
thfc_cockerel) February 26, 2016
Really impressed with berahino's interview! Seems to have grown up #WBA— Ben Hadlington (@BenHadlington) February 26, 2016
Is it just me or is Berahino looking a bit thinner in that interview as well #WBA— Lewandowski (@Rollsie7) February 26, 2016