NEIL Lennon has confirmed Wanderers have suspended midfield pair Barry Bannan and Neil Danns “indefinitely” and will also look to impose a maximum-allowed fine for a breach of club discipline earlier this week.

It is understood complaints were made against Bannan and Danns for their behaviour in the Whites Hotel in the early hours of Wednesday morning, following the 1-1 draw against Charlton Athletic.

Lennon dropped the players from his squad for today’s 2-2 draw at Brentford and confirmed after the final whistle that disciplinary action would be taken, “I have to put a marker down and I won’t tolerate it, they have got a bit of making up to do,” he said.

“They are suspended indefinitely, until further notice, and they’ll both be fined the maximum wage we can do.

“We will welcome them back when and if we decide it’s the right time to do it.”

Lennon did not want to go into detail about the incident but expressed his disappointment at their behaviour, which alongside injuries to Matt Mills and Josh Vela, forced him to name a patched-up side at Griffin Park.

“We’re all big boys and I don’t mind them going out and socialising but they’ve crossed the line with me,” he said.

“I have to set standards at the club and expect them to be followed.”

Bannan is on loan from Crystal Palace and it is not yet known what his suspension will mean for the chances of him joining the club on a permanent basis next season.

“I don’t know what it will mean for him. I like him as a player,” Lennon said.

“He was very apologetic, as was Dannsy. We won’t make a big song and dance about it. We’ve tried to keep it internal but we’ll see what happens next week.”