Bradford have denied that Peter Taylor has threatened to quit as boss following a row with the board. The Bantams have lost four of their opening five league games, but Taylor, appointed as Stuart McCall's permanent successor in February, insists he is committed to turning the club's fortunes around.
He told Bradford's official website: "Apparently it was suggested I've had a fall-out with Mark Lawn and basically told him to pay me up and I'll go. That's a load of old rubbish.
"It isn't right at the minute and we all know that. But I'm very determined to turn this round and produce a team that will go on a good run."
Joint chairman Mark Lawn said: "If this so-called story came from a source, then it's a particularly bad source.
"Peter had a discussion with (joint chairman) Julian (Rhodes) and myself last week, but at no time was there anything like that mentioned."