The Queens Park Rangers chairman has taken to social media.
It can't be easy being Tony Fernandes right now.
Away from any problems he may be encountering in his other businesses, his running of QPR has brought him a barrage of criticism.
That criticism, of course, is fully justified. The west London club have truly struggled in the Premier League under his leadership and there seems to be no consistent policy making that is ever going to change things - simply hiring one man after another for a very inflated wage.
But the QPR owner still has a human side and, whether in a PR stunt or genuine attempt to express his emotions, Fernandes has taken to Twitter to speak of his 'love' for the Loftus Road outfit and hit back at his critics.
Still very much in love with QPR. tired of all the abuse so kept quiet . But doesn't spoil my enthusiasm. Looking forward to tmw game.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) April 3, 2015
QPR travel to West Brom tomorrow afternoon for what will no doubt be yet another tough fixture for the R's.
Is there any hope of staying up? More importantly, what will happen to QPR if the club goes down?
Fernandes' love for the west London outfit will likely be tested to the core in the coming months. But his enthusiasm still remains. Fans will no doubt hope that enthusiasm can finally be turned into good decisions...