Steve Mills believes the New York Knicks have repaired their relationship with Kristaps Porzingis.

During a Thursday interview on ESPN Radio's The Stephen A. Smith Show, Steve Mills said he and first-year general manager Scott Perry worked hard to repair the organization's relationship with Porzingis. 

Porzingis is eligible for a five-year extension worth more than $150 million.

Mills was asked if he was concerned Porzingis might request a trade.

"No," Mills said. "We've worked really hard in rebuilding the relationship with KP. For Scott and me, it's been with his brother [Janis Porzingis]. We had to make Janis, who is his agent and his brother, make him feel like he was part of our group and let him understand what we're doing as a team, where we're taking this thing.

"We communicate with KP all the time," Mills added. "And we know he feels good about directionally where we're going. I think you can see that through some of his tweets and social media stuff, and our conversations with him. He's back on board with where we're going and we feel really good about his future with us."