Following the recent finale of New England Patriots superstar quarterback Tom Brady's Facebook series “Tom vs. Time,” there seemed to be some apparent conflicting feelings that surfaced with Brady and the New England Patriots organization when both he and his wife talked.

“These last two years have been very challenging for him, in so many ways,” Gisele Bundchen said. “I think he tells me, ‘I love it so much and I just want to go to work and feel appreciated and have fun.'”

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However, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick says that his relationship with Brady remains a very positive one and it's been that way for quite a long time.

According to an article written by Greg A. Bedard of the Boston Sports Journal, Belichick was asked on Sunday about his relationship with Brady going forward and the direct approach he takes in communicating with the future Hall of Fame quarterback.

“I’ve had direct conversations with Tom many times, obviously, through a long period of time, and I’ll rely on those conversations with him directly (rather than) something else,” Belichick said.

The legendary head coach was confident in his strong communication with Brady and says it will undoubtedly continue to be that way.

“Tom and I have always had a good line of communication — we’ve always been able to talk directly to each other, and don’t see that changing. I’ll rely on those (discussions) instead of anything else,” Belichick said.

This sounds like very good news for Patriots fans, regardless of what other members of the national media may say about a so-called “strained” relationship between Brady and coach Belichick.