The director told the Daily Mirror: “We have paid too many inflated prices and inflated wages for players who are not doing the job.
“When it comes to any manager, the view of the board has always been to let them get on with it. We do not believe in interfering.
“But the day will come when we may not be that way inclined any more.”
He added: “Normally, by the time you get to October, you’d expect the manager to know his best team and stick with it but there are no signs of that happening now.
“I don’t think he could tell you what his best team is.”