David James has moved to end any rift with Portsmouth management after failing to get a move away this summer.
The Daily Mail says James has moved to resolve his differences with Portsmouth after the club's chief executive Peter Storrie questioned the goalkeeper's attitude.
Storrie suggested James was distracted by Tottenham's late interest in signing him before the transfer window closed on Tuesday. The move broke down when Spurs boss Harry Redknapp tried to broker a swap deal involving Carlo Cudicini.
The player's agent was at Pompey's training ground yesterday to talk with Storrie, who has signed a fresh contract to continue working under new owner Sulaiman Al Fahim, and manager Paul Hart.