Angel Rangel has warned Wigan they will face a Swansea side determined to showcase their unity at the Liberty Stadium.
The Swans have been stung by reports in the national media of dressing room unrest, which stated senior players were unhappy with manager Michael Laudrup's training methods and man management, and the players in question had expressed their concerns to chairman Huw Jenkins.
Right-back Rangel has echoed subsequent denials by Laudrup and Jenkins, and has promised the togetherness of the squad will be on display when they look to end a run of five games without a win against the Latics. He said: "There is nothing wrong within the squad, sometimes the media exaggerates things."
He added: "Everyone is happy. If we were playing bad football and were bottom of the table I would understand, but we're not.
"Everyone is happy with how the manager is coaching on the training pitch and with games. I can promise you everything is fine.
"I was surprised because I cannot see any player going against the manager. These things don't happen here because we are a close family and everyone is honest.
"I have never seen any signs that there is not unity within the squad, everyone has always been together, but this will make us stronger.
"We haven't really talked about it, but we all know that a win on Saturday will show everyone that these things are wrong. Hopefully that will be the case."