"If we go down, he'll still be the manager. I just feel he shares the same passion the fans have, the owner [Ellis Short] has, we all have and he does it in a diligent way."
Related ArticlesFerdinand Sunderland relishing City testQuinn disappointed with Premier LeagueJones key to Sunderland pushSunderland v Bolton WanderersSport on televisionQuinn, whose club host Manchester City on Sunday, admitted "we're not out of the woods by any imagination" and said his players would face 40 per cent wage cuts if top-flight status was surrendered and "we hit what people might think of as Armageddon".
"Before they come to the club, we say to the agent don't come anywhere near us unless you accept that failure means a 40 per cent pay cut," he said. "Every player we've signed has agreed that."