Roberto Mancini is likely to face further questions about Mario Balotelli's future this morning.
The Manchester City manager is due to address the press at around 10am ahead of the club's FA Cup third-round tie with Watford on Saturday.
And top of the agenda will be a training-ground altercation with Balotelli which was caught on camera and widely published on Thursday and in Friday's newspapers.
Mancini has more often than not backed his fellow Italian despite a series of high-profile incidents - on and off the pitch - since the striker's 2010 arrival from Inter.
The manager did question Balotelli's future after a sending-off at Arsenal last season, but he was back in the fold by May and set up the Sergio Aguero goal which secured City's first league title since 1968.
Balotelli recently agreed to drop his fight against a club fine for his poor disciplinary record last season, striking a deal on the eve of a tribunal hearing.