"We're fine now," the Hammers midfielder told the Daily Telegraph.
''Back then when it happened, it was just a crazy moment but I honestly don't have any worries about it at all now.
''Admittedly, when I was younger I made many mistakes but now I'm older, I just want to keep myself to myself."And Lee highlighted the quality he thought Dyer could bring to Upton Park:
"He's a great player, another international, and I think that if he comes to West Ham the competition he would bring would be very good for the squad. He can play anywhere across the middle and as a striker, so why not go for him? Let's wait and see what happens."