Arsenal prodigy Eddie Nketiah says there's no bad blood between himself and midfielder Dani Ceballos.
The Gunners duo were involved in a pre-match encounter ahead of last week's 3-0 win at Fulham, but they worked together on Saturday to wrap up an exciting win over east London club West Ham United.
Speaking after the 21-year-old sealed the victory against the Hammers at the Emirates Stadium over the weekend, Nketiah said there's no hostility between the two of them, adding that it was a great pass from Spaniard.
"There was a bit of a coming together [before the game against Fulham], I was a bit upset with the challenge," he said as Arsenal.com quoted. "But we made up pretty quickly and we got on with it.
"It was a great pass [from Dani] across, good vision from him, I just tried to stay onside and make sure I was behind the ball. It was a pretty easy finish from there, but it was a great ball.
"I just want to keep trying to help the team and improve as a player. To come on and get the winner is obviously a great feeling. I'm delighted with the three points.
"West Ham made it very difficult. In the second half they came out really strong.
" We had to keep going, we knew it was going to be a patient game, we had to keep passing it, keep moving it. The chance was there at the end and luckily I put it away."