The goalkeeper criticised the A-League club at the end of last season.
Adelaide United captain Eugene Galekovic has played down talk of a rift at the Hindmarsh Stadium.
Despite verbally condemning the club at the end of last season, requesting they “let football people make football decisions’’, the Reds goalkeeper refuted claims that the acrimony has lingered over the summer months after he and vice-skipper Cassio were invited attend board meetings.
Galekovic returned to training this week in preparation for the new A-League season after being given an extended break following Australia’s East Asian Cup campaign and the usually mild-mannered Socceroos custodian admits he has returned to a happy camp.
‘’I’m happy with the coach (Josep Gombau) and looking forward to this season,’’ he explained to Fox Sports.
‘’I had a good chat with the coach yesterday and it’s all looking good and (I’m) happy to be back.
‘’Everyone hopes (the club) is (going in the right direction). You can only worry about what you can do and I’m just worried about playing football.’’
Galekovic is tipped to play some part in the friendly clash with Birkalla at Cooper’s Stadium on Tuesday night, although new signing Isaias Sanchez will be absent due to a strained quad muscle.