Date: 28th March 2016 at 12:23pm
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Once the fear of relegation has eased, with the hope that Fulham can pick up sufficient points to ease away from the relegation zone as soon as possible, the need to look ahead and focus on next season will be paramount.

The transfer window, much to our delight, saw Fulham hang on to their Scottish international striker Ross McCormack.

There were no shortage of suitors for our top-scorer and with McCormack happy to remain at Craven Cottage, it appears that Slavisa Jokanovic will attempt to remould the side around the striker with Jokanovic remarking to the local media,

“I said many times Ross is our key player and we want to build a team around him. He can be a better player. A good move for him and a good move for us.

‘My dream is similar to McCormack`s dream. I too want to coach in the Premier League.

‘It was a bit difficult, confused and complicated. He didn`t know was best for him in the future – now his mind is clear.

‘We need to build something more competitive for the future. We don`t need to look around for something better that we already have.

‘It`s our obligation to improve our performance and step by step to push Fulham forward.’

Of course, how the squad is improved this summer will depend upon how much money is made available and whether the transfer embargo the club currently has hovering above it is lifted.

But, once survival is guaranteed there should be interesting times down at Craven Cottage this summer.