Tony Pulis has hit out at some of his own players for disrupting the dressing room at Stoke.
Pulis has even singled out the likes of James Beattie and Dave Kitson for causing issues.
Pulis says he is determined to get to the bottom of any problems and sort them, and he insists he will put them straight.
"They think they are doing you a favour," he said. "You get this 'me, me, me' situation and it can kill the football club and the dressing room. You've got to break it up.
"Being in the Premiership, which is almost like Hollywood at times, they get carried away by the publicity. It's a difficult to control that situation, especially in certain individuals.
"There's been bad vibes in the dressing room from certain individuals whose own persona has been put ahead of the club. I won't have that as manager."
Beattie and Kitson
Pulis then went into detail on Beattie and Kitson: "I thought Beattie was one of the main reasons we stayed up in our first year.
"If it wasn't for Beattie, I don't think we'd have stayed up, but he hasn't had a good season this year.
"Dave Kitson was our record signing and has been here two years, but I don't think we've got what we thought we were going to get."
Pulis admits that some of the issues have been of his own making.
"I'm holding my hand up and saying I've made mistakes," he said.
"You get players in on higher wages to make a difference, but when they came in there wasn't that greater difference between them and what we'd got.
"The annoying thing is, these players think they are doing you a favour."