Swansea boss Garry Monk believes someone outside the club is attempting to unsettle his squad, after leaks of a training ground bust-up surfaced this week.
Monk reckons he knows who is behind the stories, but the 35-year-old is adamant his squad will keep their focus for the rest of the season.
Swansea confirmed earlier this week there had been a couple of incidents in training ahead of Sunday's match with Chelsea at the Liberty Stadium.
"I will tell you the truth. It was an incident that was blown out of proportion, it was handbags," Monk said.
"It was all over and done with, no problems whatsoever, and then it gets blown out of proportion. We have got a good idea of the source that it has come from to try and unsettle us at this time.
"But I think you could see on Sunday just how unified the group is with the performance.
"I have my ideas of who it may be and stuff trying to unsettle us, but that definitely won't be happening with this group.
"Everyone is fine. There are no problems whatsoever. It was really just nothing. When you are in a training environment and you have got 20 or 30 men with intensity and working hard, these things happen.
"It could be a bad tackle, it could be anything. It was dealt with at that moment in time, everyone was fine and we moved on. Then the media get hold of it and blow it out of proportion.
"The source, where they mention the stuff they mention, clearly comes from the outside because some of it was just bizarre, what they were saying. But that's what people try to do, they try to unsettle you."