The Tottenham Coach claimed that the Italian had gone about his business the wrong way in an interview last week.
"I'm not talking about him because Villas-Boas got angry and I don’t like for a coach to get angry,” he told reporters.
“I didn't say anything in particular and I have a good relationship with Villas-Boas.
"I'm happy with my team and my players. We have a young, good, and strong team.
“I'm also satisfied because we have worked well, the injured players have gotten better, and we haven’t had any other injuries in this period.
“That's why I think the season is going to start well.
Ancelotti then commented on the prospect of facing his former club Chelsea in Miami on Wednesday.
“The game will be a special one because I was there for two years and I have a good relationship with them.
“We're playing against a strong team and it will be a good test to see how our physical condition is and the work that we’ve done.”