Aston Villa owner Tony Xia has insisted that he has no regrets about buying the Midlands club, and fans are happy to hear it.
The Chinese businessman acquired the now-Championship outfit for £76m last summer, taking over from American owner Randy Lerner.
The club were preparing for life in the second division when Xia arrived, and there have been a handful of managerial changes since then.
Roberto Di Matteo was appointed as the permanent successor to Remi Garde, but he lasted just four months before getting sacked.
Steve Bruce was the next man to come through the door, and it was somewhat controversial due to his history coaching Villa rivals Birmingham City.
Despite that, Bruce has lasted longer than his predecessor, but it is unlikely that he will guide the club back to the Premier League this season.
As it stand, the Villans are 11th in the Championship, 11 points adrift of the playoff places with five games left to play.
On Twitter, Xia was asked if he regrets purchasing the Midlands outfit, and his response got a thumbs up from the fans.
No. I never regret for any decision I made. But TBH it's really the most under-pressure one for me,comparing with my other businesses. https://t.co/p7J2XvJuW1
— Dr. Tony Xia (@Dr_TonyXia) April 12, 2017
@Dr_TonyXia Phew. Glad to here it. We need stability and dedication for the next 10 years. You've certainly started off in the right manner. Thank you.
— Yorkshire Lions AVFC (@yorkshireAVFC) April 12, 2017
@Dr_TonyXia Lots of business and learning in a short time. You have done very well, sir. Just make sure the youth is nurtured well ????
— Dickie B (@dickiebaird) April 12, 2017
@Dr_TonyXia because its aston villa tony one of the biggest clubs in england
— Will Lydon ???? (@LydonAV_) April 12, 2017
— HolteEnder (@Elliot_1874) April 12, 2017
@Dr_TonyXia Don't you dare throw in the towel Tony! You're a saviour for us long suffering fans.
— Mark Cole (@pugtheone) April 12, 2017
@Dr_TonyXia We've got your back, Tony.
— Pricey (@Pricey1983aa) April 12, 2017
@Dr_TonyXia How could anyone regret getting involved with Villa? We're Aston Villa Football Club, est. 1874; we're not regrettable. Simple as.
— Reuben Field (@readmenowlisten) April 12, 2017
@Dr_TonyXia Be worth it when we're back in Europe. Thanks Tone!???? VTID
— Mark Nolan (@Nol1968) April 12, 2017
@Dr_TonyXia We thank you for saving our club
— Paavfc (@Paavfc) April 13, 2017