Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola voiced his concerns about the European Super League internally but says there is no problem with his relationship with the club's hierarchy.
City were the first club to withdraw from the European Super League which received widespread condemnation about its announcement last week.
Guardiola mentioned earlier this week that he opposed a league without relegation and had voiced similar concerns at the concept within the four walls of the club.
"It was not difficult because before I make a statement we spoke about that, and they completely agree, and that’s why I tell you," Guardiola said.
"I love this club – I love Ferran [Soriano, chief executive], Txiki [Begiristain, sporting director], Khaldoon [Al Mubarak, chairman] and the people who work in the club – we work together.
"Since I arrived here we were all together in all the decisions.
"I make mistakes, everyone makes mistakes – the guys who take decisions make mistakes, the guys who are sitting and judging what the others do make mistakes.
"Sometimes you are wrong. What’s the problem? We react and we apologise and move forward."
Soriano put out a message to the club's fans earlier in the week, saying that the board deeply regretted its actions.