New owners Munto Finance bought the League Two club this summer but the money-men behind the move remained a mystery until last week.
The Football League will meet on Thursday before making a decision on whether to ratify the takeover, but McParland insists he is not concerned about the outcome.
"Not at all, I've been told we're fine. I just get on with my job and I keep the players right and keep working with the players because that's in my hands," McParland told Sky Sports. "But as I say, I've been assured everything's hunky-dory."
However, the Scot agreed it would be good for the matter to be put to bed.
"Well exactly, we're a football club and that's what we want to do - we want to train hard and we want to win football matches," he added. "We want to put on performances for our fans and just get back to football, and no distractions, and that's what its all about."