The Samoa Rugby Union says concerns over its governance and management are unfounded.
The union also rejected accusations of interference in the selection of the Manu Samoa team but says it plans to hold a board meeting as soon as possible to address any remaining issues.
The players had threatened to boycott last weekend's test against England in London over concerns about the governance and management of the Samoa Union, a dispute which dates back to the 2011 World Cup.
The players also expressed grievances about the relationship between the players and the Union, and a belief that team selections are not being made on merit.
SRU Treasurer Paimang Jensen says the Union plays no role in team selection and says the players' main concern was increasing their allowances.
The Chairman of the Samoa Rugby Union and Prime Minister Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi told TVNZ he's agreed to try and find more money for player allowances but explained to the players that their function is to play and not get involved in management of the game.
Taimang Jensen, who is also an SRU board member, says he's surprised the players have raised other concerns.
"We're going to call a board meeting to address those issues properly and see what their major concern is because their major concern at the start is to raise their allowances. The money was the issue to start with and then when we we say that we can't really increase their allowances and then they turn around and raise all these other issues. I'm not sure, I don't really understand, what all those other issues are because the union is still performing and doing all the work that can be done for them".
Taimang Jensen says once the board has met to discuss the dispute, they will be open to meet with a players' representative to discuss any outstanding concerns.
The International Rugby Players' Association has sent a request to the SRU for talks.