The Queens Park Rangers owner was buoyed by a positive performance.
The Rs remain rock bottom after eight league games, having won only once so far this campaign.
That situation follows a 3-2 defeat to Liverpool at Loftus Road, which was brought about in rather unfortunate circumstances.
QPR twice pegged the Reds back through substitute Eduardo Vargas but a Philippe Coutinho finish and two own goals, from Richard Dunne and Steven Caulker respectively, handed Liverpool victory.
And the cruel manner of the defeat has left Fernandes 'proud' of his side's performance.
Its a cruel game but we all wanted QPR to play and they played . I'm very proud of everyone in the club.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) October 19, 2014
Despite all the negativity we came out and played with pride . we deserved a point but that's football. Let hope we build on this.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) October 19, 2014
But is enough enough from the QPR owner?
Every week seems to bring the same reaction from Fernandes, despite a string of bad results. And, during the game, the Rs owner was seen laughing and joking throughout, despite his club's plight.
The west London side certainly played a lot better against Liverpool. But what about that schoolboy defending for all three goals?