Sean said in the Evening Times: "What the Glasgow fans need to know is that Dan Parks loves the Warriors.
"He made a mistake, but will be back next season more determined than ever.
"He knows he faces competition for the stand-off jersey from Ruaridh Jackson, but I'm confident he will rise to that.
"Dan has had a tough time, on and off the pitch in the last season, but he is a strong character. I believe he will put this all behind him."
Despite his disappointing season on the field for Warriors, when his kicking percentages dropped from 75% to below 60%, Dan still ended up as the Magners League's leading points scorer.
Daniel Arthur Parks joined Glasgow from Eastern Suburbs in Sydney. Since his first season, he has been the first choice stand-off for Glasgow, and quickly made his first start for the national side in the Six Nations 2005, and has been an established member of the squad ever since.
Dan settled quickly into his role at Glasgow, winning several Man of the Match awards in both the Celtic League and Heineken Cup, and becoming popular with the home support.
An Australian U21 international, Dan played for a short spell at Leeds Tykes and made a good impression on the Leeds fans. Dan qualifies to play for Scotland through his Scottish maternal grandfather.