"I don’t want to keep talking about it": Tigers captain Robbie Farah.

"I don’t want to keep talking about it": Tigers captain Robbie Farah. Photo: Getty Images

Robbie Farah has ended his standoff with Tigers chief executive Grant Mayer with the pair breaking their silence during a brief meeting on Wednesday.

While Fairfax Media understands Farah was anything but receptive to the post-training chat, the Tigers skipper wants to clear the air with his the Tigers boss next week after the side returns from playing North Queensland in Townsville on Saturday.

Looking forward: Tigers captain Robbie Farah.

Lookig forward: Tigers captain Robbie Farah. Photo: Getty Images

Farah was critical of Mayer when he broke his silence on the Footy Show on Thursday night after calling for Mayer to show more support for him and his teammates.

The NSW hooker said he wanted to move on from the ongoing saga when he fronted media at the end of Tigers training at Concord Oval on Friday.

“I didn’t question his leadership,” Farah said. “I said I was disappointed. He spoke to me on Wednesday. We have spoken briefly at training.

Cleared the air: Tigers chief executive Grant Mayer (pictured) and Robbie Farah have ended their standoff.

Cleared the air: Tigers chief executive Grant Mayer (pictured) and Robbie Farah have ended their standoff. Photo: Supplied

“I told him I want to focus on this weeks game. Me and him will work through that. We are both professionals and want what’ best for this club. He is the CEO and I’m the captain. We’ll deal with that in private.”

Farah received a round of applause from his teammates as they made their way from the training paddock as Farah walked towards the awaiting media.

Farah said it was a “big relief” having been able to have his say to Phil Gould in a pre-recorded interview on Tuesday.

“I don’t want to keep talking about it,” Farah said. “I didn’t want to reply with emotion. I’ve been guilty in the past of saying some wrong things with emotion. I’m that type of person, I’m pretty passionate and I get a bit emotional at times. I didn’t want to reply until I was ready and I did that. Hopefully everyone can move on.

“I respect the fact you guys have to ask questions but I hope you respect the fact that I don’t want to talk about it any more.”

The Tigers will travel to Townsville without Pat Richards, Bodene Thompson and Luke Brooks who have all been ruled out from the squad named on Tuesday.

Curtis Sironen will again partner Blake Austin in the halves while Chris Lawrence is expected to make his return from an ankle injury.

Kurtis Rowe will replace Richards on the wing.