Dick Advocaat swears that the discussion about a new wage offering has no influence on the atmosphere in the Feyenoord players group.

According to various media, the players would have reacted angrily to a salary discount announced by the management.

"That is a matter between a group of players and the board. I do not know what the current state is and I am not going to discuss it, but I see that it has no influence," said Lawyer on Friday during his press conference in the run-up to the away game. Sunday against AZ.

"The players' attention is completely on the game."

The group of players has to hand in their salary in the next four months because Feyenoord still cannot welcome supporters in De Kuip.

It is the second time that the players have been cut on their wages.

Last year, the selection agreed without hesitation to a wage measure.

Some players would now be irritated because the management did not enter into a discussion about a discount.

According to Advocaat, the lesser results of Feyenoord also have no influence on the atmosphere in the dressing room.

The Rotterdammers have not won two games in a row and seem to lose the connection with number two PSV.

With eleven games to go, PSV has seven points more than Feyenoord.

Goalkeeper Justin Bijlow may return to the match selection of Feyenoord.

Goalkeeper Justin Bijlow may return to the match selection of Feyenoord.

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Bijlow may return to Feyenoord

"Of course, if you do not win and the results are less, then you will get a certain unrest at a club like Feyenoord. I did not notice it very much in the group, not even from above," said Advocaat.

"We have to show to teams like AZ that we can do it. At least we want to get to European football, that could be second, third or fourth place."

Lawyer may again have access to Justin Bijlow against AZ.

The 23-year-old goalkeeper has been training again in recent days after an injury.

Lawyer was unable to say during his press conference whether Bijlow is also part of the match selection.

AZ-Feyenoord will be the battle between the numbers three and four of the Eredivisie on Sunday.

The game in the AFAS Stadium in Alkmaar is led by referee Björn Kuipers and starts at 4.45 pm.