Ghanaian midfielder Laryea Kingston has apologized to his club side Hearts of Scotland for his touchline bust up with manager Stevie Frail.
The Black Stars man reacted angrily at being substituted in the 0-0 draw with Kilmarnock which cost his club a top-six place.
Kingston continued to rant in the dressing room but caretaker manager Frail says the player has now accepted he was wrong.
"I spoke to Laryea on the Monday. He put his hands up and agreed he was wrong. He's back to being old Laryea again, smiling and working hard on the training ground.
Frail says with the issue resolved now, he will expect Laryea to play a part in the closing stages of the season as they chase a top six finish.
"It's totally resolved. I didn't like what Laryea did. The players did not like what he did and there were words said at the end of the game.
"In the heat of the moment maybe too much was said. He will definitely feature between now and the end of the season."