Wildcats boss Richard Agar has reacted angrily to claims made by Doncaster coach Tony Miller in his post-match press conference following his side's Championship play-off defeat by Dewsbury on Sunday that Agar "wanted to pick the team for me".
The row stems from Doncaster's use of Wakefield's fringe players through the dual-registration system.
"This is a ludicrous comment," Agar told the club's official website. "At no stage did I ever try and pick his team. Anyone in the game who knows me would tell you I would never attempt such an act.
"I am appalled Tony would make such a comment. I would find it hard to pick his team as I don't know half of his squad.
"The underlying issue here is that they are sour because we pulled back Kyle Trout and Liam Kay to play for us on Sunday in what they described as a meaningless game.
"Our players will always be our priority and our first grade side will always take precedence over dual registration."