AC Milan boss Carlo Ancelotti insists that he has no issue with the club's talisman, Kaka.
Reports in Italy had suggested that the pair were set to clash following remarks made by the Brazilian playmaker regarding tactical inadequacies.
Kaka had claimed that Milan were struggling to hit top gear this season as a number of their key men were being asked to play out of position in order to accommodate the summer arrival of Ronaldinho.
Ancelotti accepts that certain members of his squad have been forced to adapt their game this season, but does not believe that any member of his playing staff is beginning to question his management skills.
"I speak with Kaka every day and there is no problem," he said.
"I know his thoughts and I don't see a man who is as unhappy as the papers are making out.
"Kaka is key to our team, but we have many stars.
"Does he have to track back more than usual? Maybe he has to go back a little and because of this he scores less.
"I imagine the papers are trying to cause a problem that isn't there. He does what is asked of him and I am very satisfied with his performances."
Pressed on whether the imminent arrival of David Beckham at the San Siro would see further changes in his starting XI, Ancelotti claims he does not expect the England international to alter his plans.
"He won't change anything on a tactical level," he added.
"He's a midfielder and so there will not be any problems with Kaka and Ronaldinho."