Young, now coach of Wasps in the Aviva Premiership, is confident the Welsh Rugby Union and Regional Rugby Wales will "do the right thing" to preserve their domestic set-up.
The Ospreys, Scarlets, Newport Gwent Dragons and Cardiff Blues are refusing to sign a new participation agreement with the WRU, with a breakaway to a new Anglo-Welsh league widely mooted. The WRU's continued endorsement of the Heineken Cup is at loggerheads with the regions' aim to join the English-led rival European competition, the Rugby Champions Cup.
"From a proud Welshman's point of view I just hope things get resolved in Wales," he said. "Am I worried about it? No I'm not; there are enough quality people in Wales to pull together to get it right."