JONNY Arr insists he and his teammates must trust Worcester Warriors’ board to make the right decisions for the club’s future.

The Worcester-born scrum-half is one of the Aviva Premiership outfit’s longest serving players having made his first-team debut 10 years ago.

But uncertainty now surrounds his hometown club after being put up for sale by owners Sixways Holdings Limited and left to search for a new director of rugby following Gary Gold’s appointment as USA head coach.

With many players’ contracts ending in the summer, there are fears from fans over unrest within the team who sit at the foot of the table.

But Arr has urged Warriors' squad to back the powers that be as they look to focus their attention on tackling Bath at The Rec on Saturday (3pm).

“I think we have got to place our trust in the people that run this club,” the 28-year-old said.

“If we can do that then we just need to look after ourselves day to day in training and on the rugby pitch at the weekend.

“I think the same applies on this occasion.

“We certainly trust what is going on at board level and will leave them to make decisions on whatever is best for the club.”

Gold has confirmed he will see out his contract at Warriors before starting his new role with the USA in the summer.

And Arr, who has made 192 appearances for Worcester, praised the way Gold addressed the players before his departure was made public.

“He gave everyone direction and kept everyone on the same page,” Arr said.

“Rumours can start flying around so this puts all of that to bed.

“We know where Gary stands at the moment.

“We are well aware that he is here until the end of the season and he will give his all until that point.

“Gary came here originally just on a short-term deal and did fantastically well during that period and then decided to sign for a year.

“It was all a bit up in the air whether he would stay because he only signed for that one year.

“We have now been told (that he will leave), but that happens in rugby and any sport – people come in and move on.”