Michu insists there's been no fallout from Swansea City's Wembley penalty storm.
Michu was in the middle of Nathan Dyer and Jonathan De Guzman's argument over who should have taken the second-half penalty in the Capital One Cup final.
Two-goal Dyer, who wanted to convert to secure his hat-trick, lost out and Michu admits he would have given the ball to him.
"They are good friends now, we are a family here - it is all good, the most important thing is the team," he said.
"I understand Nathan, two in the final and he wants to score a penalty - if I had had the ball I would probably have given it to Nathan."