Neil Warnock has dismissed talk of a dressing room rift at Cardiff and insisted he is the man to guide the Bluebirds to Premier League safety.

Former players Danny Gabbidon and Nathan Blake both questioned the team spirit at Cardiff after Warnock's side dropped into the relegation zone on the back of three successive defeats.

"If they've been in the dressing room when I've not been around I don't know," Cardiff boss Warnock said ahead of Saturday's home game against West Ham.

"When you lose three games like we have, you are flat. Your body language is flat and training is not the same. I don't think there's any rift whatsoever."

Asked about some murmurs of fans' discontent, Warnock added: "If I thought it'd be better to have somebody different in the place, I'd say good luck to them. But I think I'm the best one to get us over the line this year."