Fulham are set for a summer of revolution as Slavisa Jokanovic puts his stamp on things at Craven Cottage.

The Whites finished just two places above the bottom three in their second season in the Championship following their relegation from the Premier League in 2014.

And the gaffer insists the club is in need of a rebuild as he looks to take them back up into the Premier League.

Joka said: “We need to rebuild the team. It’s not about one or two players. It’s not about one or two positions.

“We need to change everything. We need to start working with more ambition in the games, training and office.

“We have to show ambition in the transfer market. We (finished 20th) in the Championship – I have had a chance to understand the club and how big the support is.

“It’s important people support us. I spend these months understanding what I have in my hand and what is in front of us.

“ After the Brentford game, I said the honeymoon is over. Next season is my season, and next season they’re going to expect this team at a different level and expect Fulham fighting at the top of the table. Fans will be wondering ‘Are you going to this or lose the job?’ I am very motivated and thinking about important targets. This is what is front of us.”

Fulham’s defence has been a disaster for the second successive season and Jokanovic believes the back four have often been confused as they shipped 79 goals – the third worst in the division.

He added: “I think we make unnecessary mistakes. We’ve conceded 13 penalties – the next team has conceded four. We’ve conceded 35 goals from set pieces and the next team has 20 and teams at the top have conceded six. It’s difficult to be competitive with this number. I haven’t yet fixed this problem in these four months.

“It puts us in situations where we’re really confused in many games we have the same situation and one penalty or set-piece – we’re two goals down. This is the situation we find ourselves in.”