HUW Jenkins has insisted Swansea City are focused on staying up - and then "regrouping" this summer - despite reports of clashes on the training ground.
A national newspaper has claimed that a practice match held last Wednesday ended in a "punch-up" involving six players.
Swansea have admitted there were "incidents" during the session, and the Evening Post understands there were three separate disagreements, each of which involved two players.
But Jenkins is adamant all at the Liberty are united as Swansea bid to pull away from relegation danger.
"I think the commitment shown by the team when we had to play for so long with ten men against Chelsea speaks volumes," said the Swansea chairman.
"I think that says enough. It tells you that everybody connected with Swansea City - staff, directors, players and supporters - is 100 per cent committed to making sure that we give every ounce of effort to ensure we stay in the Premier League.
"All our focus is on the next four games and on making sure we get enough points to get us out of the situation we're in.
"We can then look to refocus and regroup for next season, when we will attempt to push on again."
Swansea sources have rejected the suggestion that Wilfried Bony earns £58,000 a week, which was made in the newspaper story about the training ground clashes.
Swansea have also rejected the extraordinary claim, made in the same story, that players were eating crisps in the dressing room at half-time.