Bradford manager Peter Taylor insists he has no problem with Wycombe owner Steve Heyes.
Taylor returns to Adams Park with the Bantams on Saturday for the first time since he was sacked by the Chairboys just 11 games into last season.
The former England under-21 boss blamed a difficult fixture list and a failure to receive his promised transfer budget as the reasons for his exit but insists there are no hard feelings with Heyes.
"We haven't got a problem at all," he told the Bradford Telegraph and Argus.
"I still speak to Steve and we get on fine. We've got a really good relationship, although it dipped a little bit at the time, but that's understandable.
"It was frustrating how it worked out but there were a lot of things that were going on. There was a fella looking to own it and the budget had to change. The owner couldn't go and do things he wanted to timing-side."