Video footage of Sunderland midfielder Darron Gibson accusing some teammates of not trying and no longer wanting to play for the club has emerged.
Sunderland were relegated from the Premier League last season, and the footage shows former Manchester United player Gibson talking to supporters on a night out after the 5-0 home friendly defeat to Celtic on Saturday.
Posted on Twitter, the film shows a fan criticising him for drinking after the thrashing by the Scottish champions.
He says: "Right, I'm off my face in here, but I still want to play for Sunderland. The rest of them don't though.
"We're s---. Of course I'm bothered. I don't want to be s---. There are too many people at the club who don't give a f---."
He then asks the fans to "tell me who doesn't want to be at the club" and, when the name of Lamine Kone is mentioned, he says: "Right, there's one."
He also indicates that he believes neither Jeremain Lens nor Wahabi Khazri wants to be at Sunderland.