Ex-Real Madrid defender Alvaro Arbeloa insisted he would not eat with former Spain team-mate and Barcelona centre-back Gerard Pique.
Arbeloa, who retired last month, and Pique were involved in a public feud, mostly during the 2015-16 season.
While plenty of time has passed since that spat, Arbeloa – who played 56 times for Spain and along with Pique won the 2010 World Cup – said he preferred to avoid his former team-mate.
"I have no feelings towards him," he told El Chiringuito TV on Wednesday.
"I would not go to eat with him. I go with my friends."
Arbeloa, 34, retired after a successful career with the likes of Madrid and Liverpool and having made just four appearances for West Ham in 2016-17.
The former full-back was involved with numerous battles against Pique and Barca and said he would never work for Madrid's LaLiga rivals.
"They would never call me and I would never go there," Arbeloa said.
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