Peter Odemwingie back in the West Brom fold
Striker tried to force transfer to QPR
Wednesday 13 February 2013
West Bromwich Albion's players want to draw a line under the controversy which threatened to see Peter Odemwingie sidelined for the rest of the season.
The striker, who failed to secure a move to QPR in the transfer window, travelled with the squad for Monday's 2-0 win at Liverpool and team-mate Gareth McAuley insisted there would be no problems with him in the dressing-room despite at least one recent falling out. "The line's been drawn. Everything is fine," said defender. "We're back talking about football. That's how we're looking at it. The lads realise that, if Pete is on the pitch, playing well and scoring goals, everyone benefits from it."
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