The Italian hit out at the "arrogance" and "ignorance" of some of his players after handing out seven fines in a matter of days, with two players contacting the Professional Footballers' Association for advice amid talk of a revolt over his methods.
However, club sources have dismissed claims of a dressing room rebellion, and N'Diaye is adamant that neither he nor his team-mates have any problem with Di Canio's approach.
He told the Journal: "I am in England, but I have an Italian manager, who is very similar to what I am used to from France.
"His mentality is no different for me. It is more different for English players, but for me it is normal.
"When I played in France, I am used to it. For me, football is like that. For me, it is OK.
"The new manager has a new mentality. For me and everybody, it is not a problem. It is a new mentality, but we accept it.
"Next season, we will move forward together. We will play better and move forward."