Blackpool manager Ian Holloway insists the club will not be any different following Karl Oyston's resignation as chairman.
Oyston stepped down with immediate effect yesterday, but will remain as acting chief executive of the Barclays Premier League newcomers until the end of the season or a new appointment is made.
Holloway said he had not spoken with Oyston about his decision, but was adamant it would not change things at Bloomfield Road.
"For this club not to have him involved in it is ridiculous and he will be here, doing the same job," Holloway said.
"It might be a different title, but he is yet to talk to me about it and I don't really care, because I wouldn't have signed with this club if he wasn't going to be doing the things that he does.
"I am sure he will do them, whatever title he has got or is given. This place won't change and neither will I."