Last Updated: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 08:18
The meeting of James Collins and Wales manager Chris Coleman has paid dividends as the defender is now back with the Welsh squad.
The pair fell out after Collins was accused of rejecting the chance to play for his country against Serbia last month, an accusation he always denied.
The men had a face-to-face meeting on Wednesday and Collins is now in training with Wales ahead of Friday's World Cup qualifier with Macedonia.
A Football Association of Wales statement read: "Following face to face meetings this afternoon between Wales manager Chris Coleman and James Collins, the experienced West Ham defender has been called up into the Wales squad to face Macedonia and Belgium.
"Collins took part in a full training session at the Vale of Glamorgan training complex this afternoon."
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