Bruno Fernandes has cleared up the situation he had with Victor Lindelof on the pitch against Sevilla.
It comes after Manchester United's defeat to the Spanish outfit in the Europa League semi-final.
The season is now over for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who will no doubt lament how his side have not reached one final this year.
The Red Devils have now tasted defeat in semi-finals in the FA Cup, League Cup and now Europa League – no side has ever managed to do that.
And it came down to a Luuk de Jong volley in the second-half which was enough to clinch victory for Sevilla.
But Fernandes was absolutely fuming with Lindelof, who did not mark the ex- Newcastle forward well enough.
The two clashed on the pitch, with both exchanging some colourful language – but the midfielder has insisted that there was no problem.
On the incident, he said: "It's normal when you concede.
"It's not about me or Victor. What happened between me and Victor is normal.
"It will happen many more times in football. We need to see the mistakes everybody did and improve."
United had more than enough chances to down Sevilla but a lack of clinical finishing ultimately let them down.
The Red Devils had seven shots on target, compared to their opponents who had three.
And Fernandes insisted that they should look closer to home to solve their problems in front of goal.
He said: "More than a positive start. We played a great game and created a lot of chances.
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"But in football it's not enough – we missed a lot in front of goal.
"We are not satisfied about this because we wanted to go through. Now it's time to rest and refresh the legs.
"Their keeper did very well, but the quality we have we should have scored. "
United will now turn their attention to the transfer market and Solskjaer already has his targets in mind.
Jadon Sancho is his priority while Jack Grealish is also on his shortlist.
A centre-back has been identified as a potential arrival this year but after tonight's showing that might be bumped up in importance.
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