"I had dinner with (ECB chief executive) David Collier on Wednesday and he didn't tell me they had any worries about what has happened so far," added Stanford.
"They are conducting a review, but they do that at the end of every series they have, it's just standard procedure.
"I don't see that the future of this agreement is in peril. (ECB chairman) Giles Clarke is here and we're going to get together on Saturday before the game and talk, but everything's fine with me and I think it is with them.
"I'm very confident we will all be back here again next year.
"When this was announced in June I was a hero; now I'm a skunk in October. Maybe I'll be a hero somewhere in between again, but cricket is changing right before our very eyes.
"I'm confident that after Saturday people will have a different opinion of what we are doing here."
Stanford has already apologised for the episode with the players' wives and girlfriends, when the 58-year-old put his arms around some of the women and was shown on the big screen at the Stanford Stadium.
He says he did not know the women were with the England players and says he did not mean to disrespect any of the players.
HOW STANFORD'S $20m IS SPLIT
The 11 winning players will receive $1m each
The four remaining members of the winning squad will share $1m
The winning back-room staff members will share $1m
The ECB and WICB will each receive $3.5m
"The cameraman saw these young ladies and thought it would be a great shot of me sitting with them and us all cheering on England together," he said.
"I introduced myself and one told me she was from Los Angeles, one from New Zealand. I told them who I was, I had no idea they were with the England cricket team.
"The cameraman said we only had 30 seconds for the shot. I didn't know where to sit, so one of them got up and offered me her chair. I sat down, she had nowhere to sit, so she plopped down on my knee.
"I didn't make her, she just sat there. It lasted 25, 30 seconds, I shook their hands and left. That's it, it was just a bit of fun, no harm was intended and no disrespect to anyone.
"I have apologised to Matt and to Kevin Pietersen, I would not have done it had I known who they were.
"In the Caribbean it's different, we have fun, families come out, they bring their food and they party and I like to make sure everyone's having fun.
"Maybe it's just a cultural nuance, maybe things are just a little more stoic, reserved in England."
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