Fulham had a successful season this year achieving promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
Finishing the season with 90 points, the Cottagers went up as champions and now look ahead to playing in the top flight.
However, next season they will be hoping to actually secure their Premier League place in an attempt to try and settle there rather than constantly flirting being between the top league and the Championship.
There have been many players who have done well for Fulham this season, most notably Aleksander Mitrovic who was the league’s top scorer with a remarkable 43 goals this season.
However, here we take a look at two Fulham players who may be ones to look out for next season.
The striker joined Fulham at the start of the season and has already established himself fairly well in the first team having made 25 league appearances and scoring five goals this season.
However, as he now has the whole pre-season period to work with the club, next season we could expect him to take off even further.
At only 21-years-old, the player has done well to get himself involved and he will no doubt be looking to build off that.
With Fulham playing in the Premier League, Mitrovic will need support from other players to make sure the Cottagers are scoring enough goals to win games.
The young striker has already scored five goals for his club and with pre-season giving him the opportunity to work with Mitrovic and other attacking players at the club, he will be hoping he can have an even bigger impact next season.
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Francois came up through the academy system at Fulham and this season has managed to make two appearances for the first team.
Although the 21-year-old is unlikely to go straight into the starting line-up of a now Premier League side, next season may allow him to play more minutes as a substitute in games and also in cup games.
At a young age, to have exposure to the type of talent Fulham will come up against in the Premier League next season will only help the player improve and set the standards that are expected to compete at a high level.
Silva will know that for the development of the player, he will need to do more than just keep the bench warm and the youngster will be hoping he is able to do this.