The two nations turn their focus to the shorter formats, starting with Thursday's first NatWest Twenty20 international, less than a week after England's 3-0 Ashes success was confirmed.
There was evidence of some acrimony between the sides in the final Test at the Kia Oval last week, while Australia coach Darren Lehmann hit the headlines after calling Stuart Broad a cheat in a radio interview.
Broad, England's Twenty20 skipper, appeared to draw a line under his apparent feud with Lehmann after revealing he had accepted an apology from the Australia coach.
And with both sides opting to rest the core of their Ashes teams for the limited overs matches, Maxwell suspects any lingering bitterness will be forgotten when the teams return to action at the Rose Bowl.
"All that was said was a bit hyped up and with the radio (as well)," Maxwell told Sky Sports News.
"There's going to be a new set of banter in the T20, different squads and obviously a few mates as well so it should be good fun.
"It's all part of the game, it's good to be a part of and both teams play in the right spirit and I think the crowd enjoy it."
Maxwell expects a run-filled encounter this Thursday after batsmen flourished at the Rose Bowl during this year's Friends Life t20.
The right-hander, who was sold for USD 1million at last season's Indian Premier League action, knows the surface well after spending last year with Hampshire.
"It's a beautiful batting wicket," he said.
"It's a big ground as well so it's going to be conducive to a lot of hard running in the field and it's going to be very tough to defend later on in the evening.
"I think we'll be going all guns blazing and hopefully put a big score on the board.
"It's going to be a very tough competitive few games, we're just looking to hopefully get on top of them straight away."