Tottenham boss Martin Jol insists there's no problem with Dimitar Berbatov.
And even before the St James' Park reverse, Berbatov had been criticised for his body language this season after making a huge impact in his rookie campaign in the Premier League.
His impressive season led to interest from Manchester United and also the possibility of a new contract at White Hart Lane, although nothing has been agreed yet.
"Dimitar has a long-term contract," said Jol. "I always talk to him - if he's not playing well and not scoring goals, or if he's playing well and scoring goals.
"If I talked to him, it was nothing to do with Newcastle."