The owner doesn’t appear to have any ulterior motive at the City Ground and simply wants to make fans happy for as long as his association with the club exists.
“I just want to make the Forest fans happy, I’m trying my best to do as much as I can to make Forest’s fans happy,” he said.
He will be as keen as anyone else to review the club’s situation ahead of next year, looking at ways the club can realistically push for promotion into the Premier League.
The first big decision has been made with regards to Dougie Freedman, who has already signed a new two-year contract to stay on at the club.
The next decision is looking at how the manager can be backed to improve the side, which will help to create extra options next year.
Forest are limited in what they can do because of the transfer embargo, which currently hangs over the club.
However, Freedman showed with a move for Chuba Akpom last season, that Forest are capable of snapping up some of the best young talent around.
Forest can’t throw money at promotion for next year, they have to be more subtle and move forward, together as a single unit.