Wolves manager Stale Solbakken has suggested that Kevin Foley's self-imposed international exile will 'sort itself out'.
The 27-year-old full back said that he felt 'betrayed' after Giovanni Trapattoni took the decision to drop him from the Euro 2012 squad in favour of Paul McShane, and has subsequently ruled himself out of consideration for the Boys in Green.
However, Foley's club manager has stated his belief that players should play for their national team, if they are good enough.
"Kevin is a very sensible man who probably knows best himself," Solbakken said. "But I think that what has happened with Ireland will sort itself out.
He added: "I don’t fully know what happened, but I think any player that is good enough to play for their national team should play for the national team if they feel that is right."