Carlos Tevez's agent claims there is no problem between the striker and his Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Kia Joorabchian has attempted to cool a potential row between the Argentina international and his manager after Tevez told a South American radio station that United were playing games with his future.
Tevez is now in the final six months of a two-year loan deal, but was unhappy after hearing that Ferguson had suggested that he had rejected a contract offer to make his stay into a permanent transfer.
The 24-year-old forward has seen his starting opportunities reduce this season following United's capture of Dimitar Berbatov, but Joorabchian claims his client is happy at Old Trafford and enjoys a healthy relationship with Ferguson.
An unhappy Tevez had intimated that his future could lie away from the Red Devils at the end of the season.
"Everything's fine," said Joorabchian. "He gets on very well with Ferguson.
"Everything started with a lie written by an English journalist who wrote that Ferguson had said they made an offer.
"The truth is there are no problems and he's going to carry on playing for Manchester United until the end of the season."