North Melbourne's Kayne Turner will have to earn back the respect of AFL teammates, having been charged with drink-driving.
Turner fronted teammates on Monday, explaining how disappointed he was with his actions after recording a blood-alcohol reading of .133 on Sunday morning.
The 20-year-old, who is currently recovering from a hamstring injury, is still on his probationary licence.
"He'll just have to get the respect back from the boys and the coaching staff, just by the way he trains and the way he conducts himself around the footy club," Lindsay Thomas said on Monday.
The club is expected to announce a sanction soon.