Arsenal chief David Dein has stated that the hostility between his club and Manchester United is over.

Dein has spoken on a couple of occasions with United chief David Gill since the fiery encounter on 24 October.

“We have spoken (again) at the highest level and agree the matter is closed,” Dein told the Evening Standard.

But if Dein hoped to end the feud, he will be disappointed to learn of United’s call for Dennis Bergkamp to face a Football Association investigation.

United manager Sir Alex Ferguson claims Bergkamp lashed out at Alan Smith during United’s 2-0 victory.

And Ferguson also claims that Gunners striker Thierry Henry struck United defender Gabriel Heinze.

Dein met with Gill last week in an attempt to heal the divisions between the two sides and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists the affair is now over.

“We are finished with it. I can only be responsible for what I say and not for what other people say,” he said.