"The facts are that we didn't get the CVA through in time for last week's expiry date. That means we will have to wait for news from the League, but I have to remain optimistic about things."
"It will be disappointing if that happens, especially after all the support we have had in turning the club around." he told the 'Tiser
He also took the chance to lightly criticise the powers that be in their handling of the lower league clubs how have endured financial problems.
"When clubs like Rotherham have gone into administration and then come through it, there should be an impetus of encouragement. They ought to forget about what's gone on in the past under previous chairmen and look to the future instead," Tony said.
"They should be looking at ways of supporting clubs. They have tried to do their best to keep the club alive at Luton and find themselves stating on minus 30 next season," he added.