FSG faced a revolt from supporters last month for a proposed hike in ticket prices, but quickly scrapped the plans and apologised for their mistake in an open letter.
Ayre continued: “The recent issue on ticketing, while no one would have wished for it, is another example of (Liverpool) being a special club with a special family.
“We might fall out sometimes and we might disagree but if you were at Wembley on Sunday everyone was together. The owners were there, the fans, the manager, the team; everybody is back getting on with it and moving forward.
“They were big enough to make the point we got something wrong and that is it. Their commitment is unwavering.
“They were as disappointed as anyone at not winning, but they are also focused on moving forward and will do that for the rest of this season and through the summer into next season.”
Media revenue continued to grow from £100.9m to £122.6m due to participation in the 2014-15 Champions League and progressing to the semi-finals of both domestic cup competitions. In addition, match-day revenue increased by 15.9% to £59m as a result of additional ticketing and hospitality revenue from the extra fixtures.