Gary Neville has reacted angrily to a newspaper report that he and Roy Hodgson fell out during England's unsuccessful Euro 2016 campaign.
A report in The Observer claimed England's unexpected last-16 exit to Iceland came amid a fractious relationship between Hodgson and his assistant coach Neville.
The former Manchester United man made it pretty clear what he thought about that report on Sunday morning, however, when he posted this on Twitter in response to a link to the article.
Hodgson resigned as England coach immediately after England's 1-0 defeat to Iceland while Neville and fellow assistant Ray Lewington later left their roles.
Press Association Sport has contacted Guardian News and Media, parent company of the Observer, for comment.