Diego Costa insists everyone is on the same page at Chelsea
He had his head turned by interest from China and could still leave Chelsea in the summer when the transfer window re-opens.
But the Spain international insists things were taken out of proportion.
Diego Costa scored in his comeback match against Hull after being dropped
Diego Costa has scored 17 Premier League goals this season
"It was nothing," Costa told ESPN Brasil when asked about the row after the Blues' 2-1 win at the London Stadium.
"People here [in England] make up a lot of stuff. Things happen, but I'm showing now that there's nothing to it.
"I'm playing and scoring goals, and that's the important thing. Everyone knows that anything I say has bigger repercussions than what it was.
"The manager is someone who works us really hard in training. He's got his personality just like I've got mine and others have theirs, but the important thing is to show your personality in a way that benefits the team.
"This is what's happening. Everyone is on the same page and that's the way we have to go."
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Costa has helped spearhead Chelsea’s title charge with 17 Premier League goals.
One last night secured victory over West Ham at the London Stadium and put Chelsea ten points clear in the title race, but Costa insists they need to keep on track.
"We can't go onto the pitch with the mindset of thinking we're champions already, that we have the title wrapped up," he said.
"There's still a long way to go. We do have a good advantage but we have to keep doing what we're doing. We just have to try and keep winning and take it one step at a time."