Portsmouth boss Paul Hart has called for an end to the uncertainty that continues to surround the club.
New owner Ali Al Faraj was quoted last week as saying he had only got involved in the club so that he could make a profit and had no interest in sport whatsoever.
Meanwhile, former majority shareholder Sulaiman Al Fahim continues to hold a stake in Pompey who, despite Saturday's goalless draw at Hull City, remains rooted to the foot of the Premier League table.
Hart admits it was been a tough time, adding:"I think I'd like a clear message and one that we'd probably all welcome.
"It's disappointing, I think I have to say that but not entirely unsurprising because, as over most of the summer, it's just another day.
"I do believe that it will be sorted out, and in the fullness of time, perhaps the correct messages will be received by all. But yes, I agree it's disappointing.
"But as always my job is to concentrate on the football side and that's what we'll try and do."