Alex McLeish has no intention of disciplining Charles N'Zogbia for his recent twitterings but he has told him it's down to him to start enjoying his football again.
Speaking to the E&S McLeish said he had no intention of taking matters further, the issue is over and he's looking for N'Zogbia to push himself on the pitch.
'If Charles is not enjoying football then he needs to do something about it on the pitch and that's the same for every single one of the players. I always tell these lads that these are the best days of their lives, better than coaching, managing, you can't beat playing, but it goes by in a flash. It's not a coincidence that the best moments Charles has had have come when he has been working hard, because that's the best way to get your rewards in anything.'
On the wider issue of twittering, facebooking and whatever the hell people do that I don't understand, McLeish has used it as a timely reminder about how players conduct themselves on line - because the club aren't going to ban players from using these sites like some clubs have.
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