Hungarian defender Gabor Gyepes has vowed never to play for Cardiff City boss Dave Jones again.
Gyepes claims he cannot work with the Bluebirds manager and admits he will leave the Championship club in the summer if Jones stays in charge.
The centre-back, who found himself bombed out in the second half of Cardiff's ultimately doomed season, spoke out after the heartbreaking 3-0 play-off defeat to Reading.
Gyepes said: "If our manager stays it is very likely I will leave.
"After our defeat against Swansea in November our manager always blamed me for everything.
"I have had to accept his decision because he is the manager and I can't do anything."
Gyepes was a regular alongside club captain Mark Hudson in the heart of Cardiff's defence as they made a blistering start to the Championship season.
But he made just two substitute appearances in the new year with Jones losing faith in the man he signed in a £200,000 deal from Northampton in August 2008.
Gyepes decided to speak out about his treatment after failing to make the bench for the crunch play-off games with Reading.
He said: "I have waited for the end of the season because I can't work with him.
"I have to think about my future and prepare for everything.
"I have a contract for one more year but I won't be at Cardiff if the manager stays."