JONATHAN Woodgate insists his relationship with those in charge at Cherries is "absolutely perfect for me".

Woodgate arrived at Vitality Stadium in February as a first-team coach, before quickly being promoted up to interim boss following the departure of Jason Tindall.

After impressing during his temporary spell in charge, Woodgate was handed the reins on a deal until the end of the season as he looks to guide the club back into the Premier League.

Following the bombshell controversial proposals for a European Super League which were revealed this week, conversations have arisen regarding ownership of football clubs in England.

And Woodgate revealed that while he has not had a close relationship with Russia-based Cherries owner Maxim Demin since joining the club earlier this year, he is content with the communication between himself, chief executive Neill Blake and technical director Richard Hughes.

Asked if he has had much contact with Demin, Woodgate told the Daily Echo: "I have a lot of correspondence with Neill and Hughesy.

"Obviously that gets filtered through to the owner.

"When you go to different clubs you don’t always have a relationship with the owner. It goes through Neill and that’s absolutely perfect for me."