AC Milan attacker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has made it clear that he does not have any problems with head coach Massimiliano Allegri, and added that people who claim differently should keep quiet.
The Sweden international voiced his discontent with Allegri's tactics in their 3-0 Champions League loss against Arsenal last week, and a number of reports suggested that the two had words in the dressing room after the final whistle.
Nevertheless, Ibrahimovic has downplayed the significance of last week's events.
"The controversy about my alleged verbal confrontation with Allegri? A lot of people are talking about things they don't know anything about. They should just shut up. Nobody's happy after a loss, and I definitely wasn't. That's all," Ibrahimovic told reporters on Sunday.
The forward then went on to discuss his side's 2-0 Serie A win over Lecce on Sunday, and was pleased to see the Rossoneri double their lead over Juventus in the league table.
"We are a bit more relaxed now that we have a four-point lead. However, the season is not over yet and a lot can still happen. The team's success is all that matters. We simply want to win our games."
Milan have so far collected 57 points from 27 games.