Wes Hoolahan has dismissed suggestions that he fell out with former Norwich manager Alex Neil.
Neil was sacked by the Canaries in March, after a run of five league games without a win left them 9 points outside the Championship playoff places.
Reports emerged afterwards that Neil had had a row with the Norwich board, over his desire to sell Irish star Hoolahan, which led to his departure from the club.
However Hoolahan, who went on to be named the club’s Player of the Year earlier this month, has played down suggestions of a rift with Neil.
Speaking on 98FM’s Now That’s What I Call Sport, Hoolahan insisted he had spoken with Neil after his departure from the club.
“I’ve seen that, but I don’t think that was true.
“I spoke to Alex afterwards and that wasn’t the case.
Asked by 98FM’s Jamie Moore if Hoolahan felt it was a story made up by the press, Hoolahan replied “I didn’t get into detail with him, but I presume that was the case”.
Listen to the interview in full below: