Outspoken Australian playmaker, Quade Cooper, has labelled the Wallabies camp a toxic environment, but says he wants to fix it.
Cooper denied he was attempting to undermine coach, Robbie Deans, following a series of negative Twitter posts against the Australian Rugby Union and the Wallabies set-up.
Cooper is unavailable for the Wallabies' remaining two Tests of the Rugby Championship due to a knee injury.
He says there were unresolved in-house issues and many were afraid to speak up.
Cooper started to speak his mind last week when he criticised Australian style of play, suggesting it was boring.
However, he emphasised that he would continue to play under Deans.
Cooper tweeted that he wanted to fix the problems and win games and not be part of the toxic environment, but amid the controversy those in camp seem to be less bothered.
“I am not aware of what the tweets have been but for us it has not been a distraction because we have a job to do which is to get results against the Boks,” sad Wallabie player, Adam-Ashley Cooper.
Despite having to bring in a couple of young players due to injuries, the coach is confident of a good performance.