Chelsea midfielder Mikel Jon Obi has apologised to Blues boss Jose Mourinho to try and heal a rift between the two.
Obi questions his dismissal at Reading with ref Mike Riley
Obi is understood to have angered Mourinho with his poor attitude in training, and met Mourinho with his agent John Shittu.
The 19-year-old has not featured in a Chelsea squad since being sent off in his Premiership debut at Reading.
He reportedly apologised for his behaviour and Shittu assured Mourinho there would be no repeat.
Obi arrived at Chelsea in June in a welter of controversy, after the Blues won a £16m tug-of-war with Manchester United for the talented teenager.
Manchester United believed they had a pre-contract agreement with Obi, who later claimed he had been pressured into signing it, and really wanted to join Chelsea.
An agreement was struck which saw Chelsea agree to pay United £12m for withdrawing their interest, and £4m to Obi's Norwegian club, Lyn Oslo.
Chelsea boss Mourinho hailed Obi as among the best young players in the world when he began training with the Blues in June.
Obi eventually made his Premiership debut for Chelsea at Reading on 14 October, but was sent off for two yellow card offences.