"Everyone has issues - on and off the field," Warne said. "He has admitted his mistake, which is a huge thing. And when he returns to play for India, it'll be a different Bhajji," the spin wizard was quotted as saying by The Australian.
Warne said if the Bhajji wanted to seek his advice about the slapping incident or any other topic then he would be glad to assist the Indian bowler.
"I'm ready to help Bhajji if he wants to talk about it, or in any other way," added Warne, who is the captain-cum-coach of the Rajasthan Royals in the ongoing Indian Premier League.
Interestingly, Warne offered a helping and after his compatriot Ricky Ponting made scathing remark about the off-spinner. "The incident (slapgate) was him dealing with a guy that he has probably played 20 Tests with. After this latest issue in India, I think people should be making their own judgments about Harbhajan. He has again done something wrong,'' Ponting was quotted as saying by Daily Telegraph last week.