Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has moved quickly to deny rumours his relationship with manager Paulo Sousa is strained.
Sousa has claimed a lack of transfer funds could come back to haunt the club in their pursuit of a play-off spot as planned loan moves for Neil Danns, Lee Frecklington and Stephen Quinn fail to materialise.
Jenkins has denied the moves fell through due to a shortage of finances and has blamed the lack of realistic options during the emergency loan window.
He told the South Wales Evening Post: "I can assure you and everybody else that everyone at our club is working together. We are all 100% committed to making sure we finish the season as strongly as we can."
Jenkins added: "We have done a lot this season, not just in terms of fees but with players' wages. In February and March every club has something to play for and they don't want players to go."
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