Neil Warnock is currently in temporary charge of Queens Park Rangers, following the dismissal of Chris Ramsey last week.
Warnock is now 66-years-old, but he told the QPR squad of his joy at being in charge at Loftus Road again before returning to the dugout for their match against Preston North End last weekend.
Although Warnock was only able to guide his side to a 0-0 draw, Faurlin says that everyone at QPR is pleased to have the Sheffield-born boss in charge.
“It’s nice to be back with Neil,” he said. “I’m the only player who started the game against Preston who was here when he was here before.
“He said before the game he’s about to turn 67 years of age and he still loves being on the sidelines.
“And me, I enjoy being at Loftus Road and playing so I’m happy to be on the field performing again.”
Warnock worked with Faurlin during his first spell at QPR, and the pair are known to have a good relationship.
It remains to be seen just how long Warnock will remain in charge at QPR, though, as the club are on the hunt for a new manager.
Warnock has not ruled himself out of becoming permanent boss at Loftus Road, but the bookmakers have another candidate ahead of him.
Nigel Pearson is currently odds on to land the QPR job, with the Birmingham Mail suggesting that he will be first choice to take over from Chris Ramsey.