FORMER Den favourite Jason Puncheon has returned to first-team training at Southampton following a round of clear-the-air talks with chairman Nicola Cortese.
The winger took to Twitter over the weekend to criticise the controversial Saints supremo, who Puncheon claimed was blocking his exit from the club.
The ex-Millwall loanee had been training with Southampton's youth team after a series of fall-outs with both Cortese and manager Nigel Adkins.
But following a disciplinary meeting on Wednesday morning, Puncheon revealed the bad blood between himself and the club has been forgotten.
"Thankfully Nicola is a forgiving person who has the club's interests at heart," the 25-year-old told Southampton's official website.
"He has told me that the slate has been wiped clean and I can have a fresh start. He wants me to do the things that I am good at, and it is down to me now to go and do that on the pitch."
Worryingly for Millwall, the explosive midfielder is now in contention to face the Lions in Saturday's FA Cup tie at The Den.