Luis Suarez has apologised to his Liverpool team-mates for his recent comments and is back training with the club's first team, according to Sky Sports.
The Uruguay international, who has repeated his desire to quit Anfield for a Champions League club over the last few weeks, was made to train with the reserves last week after accusing manager Brendan Rodgers of breaking promises in a controversial interview with the Guardian and Telegraph.
Suarez was convinced he could leave the Merseyside club when Arsenal tabled a £40m plus an additional £1m bid for his services last month, but it transpired that no such release clause existed in his current Liverpool contract.
And now, it seems, Suarez is prepared to knuckle down and resume his Liverpool career after issuing an apology.
However, the 26-year-old will not be involved in the Reds' opening Premier League match against Stoke City this weekend, due to the 10-match suspension he received for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic last season.