"There are three major shareholders here and that means common sense will prevail whenever a decision has to be made," he said. "If one man held 51 per cent of the club then he alone would have the final say.
"I bought more shares, I feel it sends out a message to the management, the players and the fans that I am here for the long haul. I have strengthened my position only slightly though.
"Does that send a message to Carson Yeung? His shares are not for sale as we speak. If a couple of million shares came on the market then they could be his and who knows?"