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Slavisa Jokanovic admits Fulham will need to make major investment in their promotion-winning team to ensure they survive in the Premier League next season.

Fulham defender Tim Ream says he and his teammates are ready to "prove ourselves" in the Premier League after beating Aston Villa 1-0 in the promotion playoff final at Wembley on Saturday.

The victory not only returns the London-based team to the sport's highest-profile national league after an absence of four years, but it also brings Khan and his club a substantial financial windfall.

"I personally must be satisfied".

Fulham will earn £95 million next term, as part of the Premier League's huge broadcasting rights deal, and up to £75 million in parachute payments in 2019-20 and 2020-21 should they fail to stay up. "There was no association with the players anymore, it had broken", said Bruce. First half we were so disappointing, too deep, too respectful and we didn't do enough with or without the ball, especially with the ball. We need to be fearless, we need to make investment, we need to spend money to survive or to make a more important step. "We must show ambition but we must know that next season we will probably not win as many games as at this level".

The 33-year-old, who scored all three goals in the Socceroos' World Cup play-off win over Honduras in November, did not speak with media after the match and is now due to link up with Bert van Marwijk's national side in Turkey. Stefan Johansen played a clever reverse pass to Ryan Sessegnon, who escaped Conor Hourihane's delayed challenge to worm inside and slot through for Cairney to finish smartly.

"I've been playing all season not fully fit". Our football will only get us credit this season because it got us promoted.

"It was so unfortunate but I am so relieved", the 30-year-old Belgian told BBC Radio London.

Teenage wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon won the ball off Villa just outside the penalty area, and a misstep from John Terry allowed the winger to slip in Cairney inside the penalty area, and the Fulham number 10 coolly slid the ball under Sam Johnstone to give the Cottagers the lead. Despite getting hit repeatedly by the flag being waved by the guy in front of me, the atmosphere is electric and the energy of fans is incredible.