Former assistant first-team coach Ray Wilkins has ended his dispute with Chelsea.
Wilkins made a shock exit from Stamford Bridge last month after the club decided not to offer the former midfielder a new contract.
The ex-England international later confirmed he would seek legal action over what he felt was “undoubtedly unfair dismissal”.
However, following talks between Wilkins, Chelsea and the League Managers Association, the matter has now been resolved.
And a statement released by the LMA read: “The League Managers Association can confirm that Ray Wilkins MBE and Chelsea Football Club have amicably resolved all outstanding matters in relation to his recent departure from the club on November 11, 2010.”
Wilkins added: “It has obviously been a big wrench leaving such an illustrious clyb and one which has played such a huge role in my playing and coaching career.
“I have great affection for the club, the staff, the players and its supporters and wish them all the very best for the remainder of the season and the future,
“I would also like to thank the club and the LMA for ensuring that matters have been brought to a swift and harmonious conclusion.”