Barcelona right-back Dani Alves has assured that he is no longer frustrated at the club's handling of the transfer rumours surrounding his future earlier in the summer.
The Brazil international stated on Tuesday that he was disappointed with the Blaugrana's decision to stay tight-lipped about his future at Camp Nou, with Manchester City and Anzhi Makhachkala both understood to be keeping tabs on the 29-year-old.
Barca coach Tito Vilanova later took the time to address the issue, insisting he was unaware of Alves' state of mind, and the former Sevilla stopper has now indicated that the problem is water under the bridge now.
"We have solved it," Alves told TV3. "What I wanted was to express my dissatisfaction, that is what I said that.
"Now we have talked about it and this issue is settled."
Alves scored Barca's first goal in Tuesday's 2-1 friendly victory against Hamburg at the Imtech Arena.