Ipswich Town have said they have received all outstanding fees, plus interest, from Swansea City for Tamas Priskin's loan move.
Ipswich chief executive Simon Clegg had called for a transfer ban to be placed on Swansea over the Hungarian's loan spell at the Welsh side last season.
The Portman Road club had alleged Swansea owed them money but the Premier League new-boys denied any wrongdoing.
"The matter is closed and we've moved on," Clegg told BBC Radio Suffolk.
"It got to a stage where I felt we really needed to bring this to a head, we've got our own debts to pay within the club, £300,000 is a lot of money.
"It's behind us now, I'm delighted and very happy to wish them good luck in their first season in the Premier League."
On Monday, Swans chairman Huw Jenkins said the clubs had resolved their differences.
"There's no issue at all with Ipswich," Jenkins told BBC Sport Wales.
"Everything is fine between us and we move on.
"All our differences have been resolved today and we've concluded on all matters to do with Tamas Priskin being on loan with us.
"We've got a good relationship with Ipswich and I get along well with Simon Clegg."
Priskin joined the Swans on loan in March until the end of the season and scored one goal in four substitute appearances for Brendan Rodgers' side.
But his brief spell in south Wales was ended by injury in the middle of April and he returned to Ipswich.