The Leeds head coach has been discussing the much-talked about Italian owner.
Indeed, Cellino announced his intentions to sell the Yorkshire club earlier this campaign.
After United then won a game, he duly changed his mind - citing unrealistic expectations on the part of those trying to buy him out.
And Evans told the BBC: "No, I'm a 100 per cent in believing the President will be here next season. This is a man who's stabilised this football club. This is a man getting Leeds United run in a fashion other clubs in the Championship would be proud of."
Coincidentally, there were some 'Cellino Out' signs on display in the crowd at the Premier League darts in Leeds on Thursday night.
And, after the failure to sign another striker on Deadline Day (there is still the Emergency Loan Window), there have been more complaints about the United owner and his transfer policy.
That said, there is nowhere near the same level of controversy at Elland Road now as there was months ago and Evans' talk of 'stabilising' the club is certainly true on some level.
The issue with Cellino, of course, is the unpredictability. Everything could be going great - and then...