The Queens Park Rangers chairman has heaped praise on those in charge at Loftus Road.
Indeed, Fernandes once again declared his 'love' for the Rs and says he is happy with those currently in charge at the club.
The west London side are busy with summer transfer dealings and pre-season preparations at the moment but the Championship campaign will soon be upon them.
Happy with the tremendous work done by les lee and Chris. We got good people who care and think long term. Lots and lots to do . Love QPR— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) July 28, 2015
Meanwhile, Shaun Wright-Phillips's move to MLS side New York Red Bulls was confirmed on Monday afternoon.
The 33-year-old was no longer QPR's problem, having left the club this summer, but the fact he has finally moved on is nevertheless a symbolic step for the R's.
Fans will no doubt hope this summer is the beginning of the end for most of QPR's old ways, with regards to their unsuccessful recruitment policy and simple splashing of the cash.
For those that helped the west London side return to the Premier League ultimately weren't up to the task of keeping them in the top flight. Hopefully QPR's new generation will go one better.