Managers Slaviša Jokanović and Steve Bruce React To Fulham's Play-Off Final Win

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GETTY Slavisa Jokanovic only thinking about Fulham's Championship play-off final with Aston Villa

Villa manager Steve Bruce admitted the future of the attacking midfielder is up in the air after his side lost the Championship play-off final to Fulham on Saturday.

Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic recognised that his team will have to invest in their side to ensure survival after winning promotion.

A 1-0 victory over Aston Villa in the Championship play-off final secured their return to the English top flight after an absence of four years.

The Premier League beckons once more for the Cottagers.

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According to the Deloitte Sports Business Group, the playoff winners are guaranteed £160 million, potentially rising to 280 million if they avoid relegation next season. Personally, I would like him to stay.

"But my manager said he needed me so I just played".

"The Premier League is the best and most competitive league, and we must be clever".

The £160m in extra revenue that promotion provides Fulham will give them the opportunity to strengthen their squad over the summer transfer window, and could see them make an offer for Targett after his highly successful spell. "He showed the quality and personality to bring the team to the Premier League, and he's an important player for us". We need to be courageous, we need to make investment, we need to spend money to survive or to make a more important step. He had an option [for a further year's contract] if we'd gone up but we haven't got that now.

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In doing so, Cairney reckons it might just be enough to keep the players key to Fulham's success this season at the club next year - including 18-year-old wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon.

Steve Bruce's side were unable to show off their financial power this season due also to Financial Fair Play rules. Cairney got the better of Jedinak as halftime approached, leading to the first corner of the match but Sessegnon's effort won't be making Fulham's highlight reel.

"After we missed out on promotion last season, a lot of people wrote us off", he said.

Jack Grealish suddenly got involved in the game and he forced a save from goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli after a superb slaloming dribble through the Fulham defence.

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