The pair have yet to make peace after their horror clash last October, which left Cech suffering from a fractured skull.
"That is not meant to be rude, it is forgotten now and we move on. I approach every game as normal.
"We will line up and shake hands but that is it. I just look forward to the game.
"Unfortunately, the incident made so many headlines and I guess a lot of people were asking, 'Who is he?'
"But by the end of the season I think I made a name for myself as a footballer.
"The incident won't take anything away from what Reading players have achieved.
"It was hard to deal with at the time and the manager left me out for a few games.
"But I came back and played well for the rest of the term.
"I am glad things have boiled down a bit now."