John Terry is confident old wounds will not be reopened when he meets a referee who he believes showed him "pure disrespect" following a Chelsea match.
Wolfgang Stark takes charge of England's final Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro on Friday.
After Chelsea were knocked out of the Champions League by Inter Milan in 2010, Terry criticised Stark for being unwilling to discuss events.
But of the German's appointment he said: "I've got no worries."
Terry added: "At the time I was emotional and maybe said stuff I regretted.
"He didn't really talk to me at the time, but that's gone and forgotten and we move on. He might owe me a couple and things might go away. Touch wood, fingers crossed."
At the time of Chelsea's 3-1 aggregate defeat, Terry said: "It was a bad performance by us but a really bad performance from the referee. I'm so frustrated by what happened. When a decision didn't go our way I, as captain, went to speak to the referee and he turned his back on me.
"I wasn't shouting. I went to try to talk to him and when he wouldn't talk that is when I got frustrated. That is just pure disrespect."