Swansea City manager Bob Bradley has insisted that disagreements between the club and its Supporters' Trust will not affect performances on the pitch.
The Trust, which owns 21% of the club, claimed that former director Leigh Dineen had been reappointed to the board without their permission, but the Swans explained that it was an administrative error in the Companies House records.
The club have previously had to apologise to the Trust for a lack of communication.
"Supporters speak up and voice their opinions. It's all fair. They are the heart and soul of the club," BBC Sport quotes Bradley as saying.
"But supporters also know that when that team steps on the field, for that 95 minutes, the only thing that matters is what happens with the result.
"We're just focusing on making sure we put a bad stretch behind us and it's going to happen this week. There will be plenty of time for the other things to work themselves out. But let's make sure that the relationship between the team and the supporters carries us through this stretch. I want the players to feel that support and the supporters to know the players are going to give everything for them."
Bradley has not won any of his five games in charge since taking over from Francesco Guidolin in October.