Driver's official exit from Hearts is expected to be ratified in the coming days, although he was due to join Houston Dynamo on a permanent basis this summer following his initial loan move in February.
"The way the club was being run, it wasn't ideal," Driver told Press Association Sport. "This situation was always going to happen but now there is a chance for the club to have a new dawn and start again and hopefully it will be for the best."
He added: "Obviously it is worrying at the moment, people have lost their jobs but hopefully it will be the right thing in the long run. I keep in touch with some of the guys, they are more involved, it is more raw for them. I am friends with Jamie MacDonald and he has had to take a pay cut so it is not ideal."
Fans are about two-thirds of the way towards meeting the administrators' challenge of buying 3,000 season tickets by Friday and Driver knows they are the key to the club's future.
"I can't say enough about those guys," Driver said after his side lost 2-0 at New York Red Bulls on Sunday night. "I heard they had the fans rally today and it is nice to see everyone coming back together and working for the club.
"The fans are going to be a big attraction for a buyer but obviously they have to keep together and keep doing what they are doing. You also have former players donating things for the club so hopefully it will be enough to save the club."
Driver, who made 168 appearances for Hearts, does not expect his Tynecastle employment situation to affect his immediate career.
"I am still technically on loan but, with the difficulties at the club, there is an ongoing process that I can't go into detail about," the 25-year-old said.
"Things are getting done behind the scenes but the main thing is that Hearts survive."