Portsmouth currently sit in 20th place in the Premier League, having lost their first four games.
"It is very important to stay in the Premier League. We've had a very tough start to the season. Hopefully we can start again now," he said.
Al Fahim has given his backing to manager Paul Hart, saying: "I would like to keep Paul here. He signed a two-year deal with us in July and I want to support him by bringing more new players here. He is a great manager."
Asked whether he thought David James could be moving away from Fratton Park, Al Fahim said: "I hope he doesn't go, he is a good player. I want him to change his mind."
Portsmouth have been busy in the transfer market since Al Fahim's takeover with Michael Brown, Jamie O'Hara and Kevin Prince Boateng amongst a host of new faces at the Hampshire club.
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