Wally Backman’s candidness could cost him any chance he has of managing the Mets one day.

The Class AAA manager’s boast that he will strengthen Ike Davis’ swing now that Davis is with him in Las Vegas reportedly annoyed people in the organization.

So much so that Newsday, which reported the dissatisfaction within the organization, insists Backman has no chance of replacing Terry Collins if the Mets fire their manager during the season, or decide not to re-sign him when his contract runs out after the season.

Speculation is that the former Mets second baseman’s style is the antithesis of the organizational profile that general manager Sandy Alderson — who inherited Backman when he was hired — is seeking.