The Queens Park Rangers owner has been discussing the defender and his feelings about the west London club.
Indeed, the 26-year-old was recently sent across London on a short-term basis and fans were not happy to hear news of arguably their best defender being allowed to leave.
But Fernandes has explained that manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink wanted a different type of player - while the defender himself was frustrated not playing.
Meanwhile, the QPR owner also responded to a question about writing off debt and the potential of selling his shares at the club.
Fernandes told QPR: "If Ian wants me out, then I'll sell up. But there's nothing further from my mind. The enthusiasm I have for this club hasn't changed.
"I'm still like a kid when we score, I love seeing our fans happy. I hope we can reach that nirvana of building a club that is a Premier League club."
And, on the controversial Yun loan, the R's owner said: "There's so much debate on Yun. The manager felt that long term it's not the kind of player he wants. He was getting frustrated not playing and Jimmy wanted a different type of player."
QPR fans certainly weren't happy when Yun was loaned out but Saturday's 2-0 win over Birmingham City will have calmed those on edge at Loftus Road.
Hopefully, the R's can show some consistency - one win means nothing if they don't win another game for a month - but this was a convincing victory that boosted the confidence of every supporter.