SAN SALVADOR, Aug 20 (Reuters) - El Salvador's players have returned to their training camp after walking out last week in a pay row, a spokesman for the country's football federation Fesfut said on Monday.
Eduardo Alegria said the players had trained at the Cuscutlan stadium on Monday ahead of Wednesday's friendly against Honduras.
'Everything is fine for Wednesday's game,' he said.
The entire squad abandoned the camp last Wednesday, complaining that they were still owed money from the CONCACAF Gold Cup played in June.
Fesfut, who threatened the players with sanctions if they did not return, said it was up to the players' clubs to pay them for the period they spent with the national side.