Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies insists he will not allow the fall-out from the defeat at Derby to derail his side`s promotion push.
Both clubs have been charged by the Football Association with failing to control their players following the injury-time melee at Pride Park last weekend.
Davies has accused Derby manager Nigel Clough of kneeing him in the back of the leg during the scuffle.
The Scot, whose team are third in the Championship, said: "My focus and concentration now is on the training and games coming up and what we have to do between now and the end of the season.
"With regards to anything else, that has been passed to my lawyer. He is in the process of gathering evidence and he will do his bit and I will continue to do my bit, which is focussing on training and games.
"It is in the past. Whatever took place there is finished. We have got to get back on that training ground and work very hard and get those young players to focus on 18 difficult matches in 13 difficult weeks."