The 12-month prohibits given to Smith and Warner following a ball-tampering episode against South Africa ended on 28 March.
A report from the Sydney Morning Herald asserts four Australia bowlers had contemplated boycotting a match had Warner been immediately sanctioned.
Captain Smith, vice captain Warner and fellow batsman Cameron Bancroft were prohibited from international and Australian national cricket later Bancroft used sandpaper on the chunk during Australia’s next Test in South Africa.
Smith and also Bancroft – who was subsequently prohibited for 2 months – took responsibility, until all three were shipped home from the excursion.
Roberts said:”I guess what we’re focused on does everything we can to encourage Dave, Steve, Cameron and most the other players and also encourage team with this integration – to build harmony, rather than to interrupt the harmony that’s building.
“In the same moment, in any workplace, we won’t have to be best mates with anyone that individuals work with.
“There should be a foundation of esteem, and I think there was growing respect there and we’ll continue to encourage both the players with the right discussions also to function with those.”
Smith, 29, along with Warner, 32, were not contained in Australia’s squad to their oneday show against Pakistan, despite being entitled to the last two games, also are instead playing in the Indian premierleague.
Nevertheless, they did meet Australia players and team ahead of the show in Dubai, also Warner said that there were”big hugs and cuddles” since”the boys were very accepting of us coming in”.
Roberts said that the team’s”highest priority” is”rebuilding confidence within and around cricket” and played down the influence that the yields of Smith and Warner may have on a side in good shape.
Australia have won their past six one-day internationals, coming from 2-0 down to win 3-2 in India, then opening a 3-0 lead over Pakistan in a five-match series.
Batsman Aaron Finch said the outcome needed given the selectors a hard job as they aim for the summer’s World Cup in England.
“When the side is acting so well, it’s going to be more difficult,” he said. “No matter who it’s. At the close of your afternoon, it’s a remarkably hard decision.
“No matter balance you move with in that 15-man squad, there’s going to be several very unlucky blokes available.”