"I am very grateful for the expressions of support received on twitter and elsewhere, particularly from the employees of Morgan.
"I will be making no further statements for the time being."
Morgan Motor Company has also released the following statement: "Whilst there is an internal process being carried out on an employment issue relating to Charles Morgan the company is duty bound not to make any comment other than the press release which is in the public domain.
"We will be issuing a further statement once the internal employment issue is finalised."
Following a statement from the firm earlier this week, Morgan Motor Company also confirmed to Autocar that Charles Morgan "is no longer involved in the running of the business" but that he remained as a shareholder in the business, which is 100 per cent family owned.
Charles Morgan has also told Autocar that "I am appealing the decision". He added: "As a family member I think I should have been consulted about this press release because it suggests that it comes from all of the family shareholders.
"It fails to explain what the decisions were back in January. It confuses growth in volumes with growth in sales and doesn't suggest whether we are responding to either. And it also suggests that I resisted overseas markets and global expansion when I was the one going abroad."
Morgan subsequently issued a further update to its official statement. It read: "The Morgan family recognises the management contribution that Charles has made to the family business as Strategy Director, and confirm that he remains a shareholder.
"However, to ensure continuing success, Morgan must look to strengthen and review its strategies, and acknowledges that our management team are better placed to steer the company in the future."
The saga over Morgan's leadership began with a release from the business stating that Charles Morgan was no longer part of the management team or the board of directors at Morgan Technologies Ltd, a subsidiary of the main company.
A statement issued by Morgan Technologies Ltd said: "Over recent months, and in response to the growth in volumes, model range and overseas markets, the management team has been strengthened across a number of different areas, reflecting the scale and complexity of an increasingly global business."
Morgan was replaced as managing director of the firm in March, with then operations director Steve Morris taking the role. At the time a statement from Morgan said: "Charles Morgan will concentrate on his vital role as the face of Morgan internationally, promoting the brand and selling the company's products worldwide."
No successor has yet been appointed to replace Charles Morgan.