Neil Warnock made his views on Brexit abundantly clear when asked whether the United Kingdom's impending departure from the European Union could have a potential impact on transfers, according to Tom Coleman of Wales Online.
The Cardiff City manager dismissed the notion that Brexit will have a negative impact on British clubs signing players from the U.K., saying the region will be better off.
"I think any transfer window's difficult for me," Warnock told reporters, according to Coleman. "Not just this one. I don't think the chairman has ever worked so hard to get me players and the chief executive. It's so difficult and it stuck out like a sore thumb.
"I think once the country knows what they're doing and we get an agreement and move on, I think it will be straightforward (to sign players)."
He also provided a scathing review of Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of negotiations on how to engineer Britain's departure from the EU.
"But I don't know why politicians don't do what the country wanted if I'm honest. They had a referendum and now we see politicians and everyone else trying to put their foot in it.
"Why did we have a referendum in the first bloody place? I can't wait to get out if I'm honest. I think we'll be far better out of the bloody thing. In every aspect. To hell with the rest of the world.
"Football-wise as well."
As Warnock's Cardiff side sits one point clear of relegation, the 70-year-old revealed he's attempting to add at least three new players before the January transfer window closes.