Jonathan Greening believes Mark Hughes will move quickly to make his mark at Fulham this season.
The former Blackburn and Manchester City manager, appointed as Roy Hodgson’s successor at Craven Cottage last week, has reportedly identified transfer targets in a bid to build on the club’s recent success. Greening, who completed a permanent move to Fulham in the close season, reckons the new man will be motivated by a desire to show City that they sacked him too early.
I am sure he will stamp his own mark before the season starts. I was a bit surprised he left City because he had a lot of money to spend but didn’t have a lot of time to gel the players and the team.
I am sure he will say he has a point to prove to himself and to everyone who has doubted him. I believe he will come in and give it his all and it is up to us players to help him become successful.