Carmelo Anthony would like to see Mike Woodson return as head coach of the Knicks for the 12-13 season.

"I'm a big supporter of what coach Woodson has done," said Anthony. "His approach to the game, and what he gets out of all his players, even me. He holds everybody accountable and that's what we need."

The Knicks are 16-6 under Woodson.

Anthony has repeatedly credited Woodson for holding players accountable.

Anthony said he never had a problem with D'Antoni.

"Me and Coach Mike never had any arguments, we never had any clashes or any disagreements," Anthony said. "We communicated. If it was something that he didn't like, I always went to him and said, 'Coach, come to me, let me know what you don't like; if it's something I'm doing, if it's something I'm not doing. As long as me and you is on the same page, none of this outside stuff should be (affecting us).'"

"I think it just became a lot of pressure from his standpoint, from my standpoint and then losing basketball games at the same time," Anthony added. "And who else were they going to put (as) the Clash of the Titans? It was me and Coach Mike."