Ahead of the crunch top-flight clash against Leeds Carnegie, he has spoken of his total belief that Warriors can maintain their top-flight status for another season.
And the Chairman has outlined his continued vision for the club and determination to see the evolution through in the coming years.
"Obviously we are all disappointed with where we find ourselves in the league," said Mr. Duckworth.
"But whatever happens to the club, I'm totally committed to carrying the torch forward and onwards, making sure we learn from the experience of this season.
"The results have not gone as we would have liked over the last six seasons, we have not broken through to become a top four side as we all wish.
"However, we are still one of the most successful clubs in the Midlands, in what we have achieved over the last decade, and have a fantastic support which has grown amazingly over the last 15 years.
"We are well-known as having some of the best supporters in the land, both home and away, and I firmly believe that backing will grow when we are successful on the pitch.
"Off the field, the club has one of the best locations for a stadium in the country and some of the very best facilities. We will continue to develop those in the years ahead and have exciting plans going ahead."
Worcester travel to Leeds on Sunday afternoon (kick-off 3pm) knowing only a victory will be good enough.
Mr. Duckworth remains confident the team will perform under pressure with hundreds of fans expected to make the trip to Headingley to back the team.
"We are where we are and everyone is disappointed that we find ourselves in this situation - now we have to deliver," he added.
"We have only had three wins this season, but out of another ten games, four of which we drew, we have been within seven points and been close.
"On two or three occasions we have been winning games up until the last minute, such as Northampton on the opening game of the season and later against Gloucester.
"If you add those disappointments together we could be, and we were anticipating to be, up in the top six of the league.
"The weekend results went against us and we under performed in the first 20 minutes of our game against Wasps, but after that I felt we were the superior side and on a number of occasions we could have won the game.
"We have, of course, got to accept that Leeds have done exceptionally well and all credit to them for the way we have performed.
"We know that we have to beat them on Sunday which I am sure we are capable of doing. That would result in a great game against Gloucester here on May 8.
"The team and coaching staff have worked tirelessly throughout the season and continue to do so. There is the belief that on the day we can deliver."