Scott Parker says Fulham will be taught from errors of their disastrous Premier League marketing campaign in 2018/19

Fulham will be taught classes from the errors they made they had been final within the Premier League, Scott Parker has vowed.

The Whites had been promoted again to the highest flight with a 2-1 extra-time victory over native rivals Brentford after left-back Joe Bryan hit the primary brace of his profession on Tuesday evening.

Parker poses with the trophy with matchwinner Bryan and Bobby Reid

It’s the second time in three years the Cottagers have gained the Championship play-off last, however they endured a torrid most up-to-date season within the Premier League.

Regardless of spending over £100million on eight everlasting signings plus 5 high-profile loans forward of the 2018-19 marketing campaign, the Craven Cottage membership shipped 81 objectives and completed 19th.

“You may’t construct groups with drastic modifications and drastic swings of gamers, you’ll be able to’t try this,” Parker stated.

“This staff have been round myself for the very best a part of 15 months and so they’ve improved, improved and improved.

Former Fulham supervisor Slavisa Jokanovic had a depressing time within the Premier League once they had been final within the top-flight

“Much more enchancment must be carried out, for positive, however I’m proud of the place we’re.

“After all we’ll want additions, we’re going into the most important league there’s and we might want to add, however for positive no drastic modifications.”

Parker was one in every of three managers Fulham used throughout their most up-to-date stint within the Premier League with each Slavisa Jokanovic and Claudio Ranieri sacked by proprietor Shahid Khan.

After relative stability between 2000 to 2010, this previous decade has seen 9 completely different males within the Craven Cottage scorching seat.

All through the marketing campaign Parker has spoken about core foundations and, it doesn’t matter what occurs subsequent season, he feels Fulham are in a powerful place.

He added: “There have been some clear errors made final time and we’ll be taught from that and have to.

“We’re going into the very best league on the planet, the very best gamers and finest groups and it’s a brutal league.

“I realise the problem forward. I don’t need to give it some thought for the time being as a result of I need to take pleasure in what we have now carried out thus far, however all of us perceive and can be taught from them errors.

“What we are attempting to construct and ingrain in these gamers and on this soccer membership is core foundations and them core foundations get you far in life.

“You may have as a lot expertise as you need – in case you are not constructing on concrete and you’re constructing on sand will probably be the rollercoaster journey.

“I hope we will develop progressively. It will likely be powerful and if we will’t, we have now core foundations to fall again on.”

Fulham’s director of soccer operations Tony Khan tweeted: “We’re again within the Premier League; we labored exhausting for it!

“Final summer time with the scouts & Scott, I labored to assemble a staff to get us promoted, we have now an awesome squad now & I promise we’ll work exhausting once more on this window to remain up! Come on Fulham!”

Wembley hero Bryan joined the membership two years in the past forward of their return to the highest flight.

The ex-Bristol Metropolis defender advised talkSPORT he’s assured they’re higher geared up this time.

“Final time we went up, there wasn’t the appropriate mentality within the squad,” Bryan stated.

“There have been individuals right here who had been simply blissful to be there within the Premier League and never graft, however this time we have now a very good, younger, hungry squad and a superb, younger, hungry supervisor.”

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