Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan has moved to allay supporters' fears by insisting he will not change the club's name.
In an interview with BBC Sport on Thursday, Tan suggested there was a possibility the club could be known as Cardiff Dragons in the future, in a move designed to further support in Asia.
His comments led to fevered discussion among Cardiff fans, who have been concerned that Tan will take his 'rebranding' of the club - which started last year when the home kit was changed from blue to red - a step further.
However, the Malaysian billionaire has now promised supporters that despite his desire to make Cardiff a more appealing prospect in Asia, no name change is planned.
"I can assure all supporters that we will not be changing our name from Cardiff City Football Club, a club I am very proud to be a part of," Tan said in a statement on Cardiff's official website.
"Our name is our identity and remains at our core. I would not want any of our supporters to be concerned that this change would be made, hoping that this personal commitment from myself removes any fears.
"I believe the colour change is positive and will bring good tidings to Cardiff City Football Club. At this point of time, no decision has been made to change the club crest for the next season.
"For the present day, all I would ask is that we all join together, continuing your excellent support at what is a critical juncture in our season. Our collective aim is to back Malky Mackay and his team as they work hard to bring us all success. Working together we can achieve great things in the name of Cardiff City Football Club."
Tan's words have not appeased everyone, though, with former Cardiff captain Luke Perry still worried that the idea of a name change will resurface.
"You do have that nagging voice in the back of your mind that it could all change simply when Cardiff City get into the Premier League," Perry told BBC Wales.
"But I'm hoping that he's a man of his word, that he says now that no, he won't do that, that's he's changed the colour and one or two things might be changing too - hopefully not - but certainly leave the name.
"I just feel then [if the name change went ahead] it would separate Cardiff City, the club that we know, from the fan base that is nearest to them and that's around Cardiff and the valleys."