Republican candidate for governor Rob Astorino on Thursday said in a radio interview four sitting GOP governors — some of whom have presidential ambitions — will campaign for him here in New York.

“We kind of agreed to disagree on this one and we move on,” Astorino said on Fred Dicker’s Talk-1300 radio show.

While Christie won’t be helping him, Astorino says he’s lined up the support of Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.

Perry’s Twitter feed posted last night a photo of him with his arm around Astorino at the RGA meeting.

But Astorino, in Aspen for a meeting of the Republican Governors Association, indicated a meeting with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie did not go well.

Christie, the RGA chairman, said this week he was unlikely to help Astorino against Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo given the incumbent’s broad lead in public opinion polls.

Astorino, in turn, questioned whether Christie was prevented from helping him because Cuomo may have a “handshake” agreement stemming from the George Washington Bridge land closure controversy.

Having outside help from deep-pocketed governors would be key for Astorino, who lags behind Cuomo in fundraising and name recognition.

Nevertheless, Astorino has seized on The New York Times’ story this week detailing the governor’s office’s involvement in directing and blocking subpoenas from the Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption.

Astorino said some attendees at the RGA had their “jaws drop” when reading the Moreland story.