Blackburn co-owner Venkatesh Rao has admitted to a state of "confusion" at the club, more than two weeks after relegation from the Premier League.
In a rare interview, he also failed to shed any light on the long-term futures of manager Steve Kean or his players.
Rao said: "Everything is in confusion. In the next month, we will have a proper situation to talk about. Let us see what happens."
On Kean's future, he added: "I really don't know on that issue."
Kean travelled to India last week to meet with club owners Venky's but the Scot's future remains clouded, with Rao admitting it could be next month before it becomes clearer.
Kean, 44, has already indicated he will not resign despite protests by supporters calling for his removal.
Blackburn finished one place off the foot of the table, winning just eight league games, although one of those victories came against eventual runners-up Manchester United at Old Trafford.