In spite of the air of crisis surrounding the club, AC Milan's Kaka is adamant that the players are still happy under Clarence Seedorf.
The Diavolo drew 1-1 with Lazio yesterday - a result that does little to ease the pressure on embattled coach Seedorf.
There are rumours that the Dutchman's first foray into management is set to be a short one after a series of disappointing results.
Seedorf's job could depend on Milan getting a win away from home against Fiorentina, but Kaka has asked for the press to cease their speculation.
"There are other issues and problems to resolve but I can deny that there's any friction in the dressing room.
"The draw with Lazio was a very important game after a hard week. We showed our character to get a point and even if it wasn't the result we wanted it was a step forward."
Milan will need a huge turnaround if they are to secure Europa League football for next season as they trail sixth-placed Parma by 11 points.