The Queens Park Rangers chairman was encouraged by his side's second-half display against Stoke.
Another away game. Another loss for QPR.
It is no laughing matter anymore as the record books are rewritten for all the wrong reasons and it is the same story every single game when the R's take to the road.
A Jonathan Walters hat-trick was QPR's undoing on this occasion, as Stoke City beat them 3-1 at the Britannia Stadium.
And Tony Fernandes was understandably disappointed after his side's latest defeat. He admitted on Twitter after the game that the buck stops with him - although he found positives in his side's second-half display at Stoke.
Think the 2 nd half showed what we can do. Not sure why we don't play all game like that. Let's see . Buck stops at me.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) January 31, 2015
Fernandes also retweeted the following comment from a QPR fan on social media:
Mark Hughes is a far better manager than redknapp, think this just reiterates the point that @tonyfernandes is the problem— Jack (@JacksHFB) January 31, 2015
It's an honourable response from Fernandes when it comes to the buck stopping with him - but is talking about QPR showing what they can do meaningful at all?
The chairman has been tweeting along the same lines all season. Encouraging little spells, however, have not produced results.
After the Stoke defeat, though, what exactly can QPR do? And is their season all but over if they can't register a single point away from home?