Gone were Ross McCormack, Moussa Demebele and eventually Matt Smith, and in came the likes of Neeskens Kebano, Floyd Ayite and Kevin McDonald.
Over the course of the campaign, 16 players were brought in to strengthen the Fulham squad, including five loanees, to ensure the Cottagers finished in the Play-off places - a vast improvement on how they finished the Championship season the year before.
As with any transfer, some were a success for Fulham, wheres others didn't work out quite how the club or the player would've liked to.
Yesterday, we looked at how Fulham's departures fared at their new clubs, today we have a look at how the new boys got on in in their first season at Craven Cottage.
Ragnar Sigurdsson (Krasnodar, £4million)
What happened? Fulham made a move for Sigurdsson to strengthen their back line after his impressive displays at Euro 2016 for Iceland, where reached the quarter finals and scored the equaliser against England in Iceland's 2-1 victory.
Did it work for Fulham? Not particularly - Fulham thought they were getting a commanding centre back but it looked like his exploits at the Euros, as well as playing through August for Krasnodar took its toll on Sigurdsson.
Did it work for Sigurdsson? The 30-year-old will be frustrated at how the season went after his heroics in the summer at the Euros. He found game time limited at the Cottage, making only three appearances in the league since the turn of the year. With another season left on his contract he will hope next season brings better fortunes.
Neeskens Kebano (Genk, £3.8million)
What happened? Fulham added to their forward line by signing Kebano from Genk after he helped them finish fifth in his only campaign there. His ability to play across the front line was something that appealed to the club and they made their move to add him on a three-year deal.
Did it work for Fulham? Kebano was a good signing and, once he had settled at the club, contributed some important moments and goals. After coming back from the Africa Cup of Nations he looked like he had really hit his stride and Fulham will be hoping he gets even better next season.
Did it work for Kebano? It did, he enjoyed a good season and contributed as Fulham booked their Play-off place. He got more into his stride as the season progressed and will be looking to build on how he finished the season to cement a regular spot next year.
Jozabed (Rayo Vallecano, £3million)
What happened? Jokanovic added Jozabed to the side as Fulham's ninth summer signing in order to strengthrn the side's options in midfield. He signed a three-year deal with the option for a further year if the club wished to use it.
Did it work for Fulham? This one hasn't quite worked out the way Fulham will have wanted it to - he only made eight appearances before he was shipped out on loan to Celta Vigo in Spain.
Did it work for Jozabed? It was the first time he's moved abroad in his career, and he will probably regret it at this moment in time. He managed to get back to his home country with the loan to Celta Vigo, but with another two years left on his deal he could be dreading the coming the season.
David Button (Brentford, £1.5million)
What happened? Fulham looked to their west London neighbours Brentford for a new goalkeeper, taking Button on a three-year deal.
Did it work for Fulham? Yes and no - Button has had a good season at the Cottage but some mistakes forced Jokanovic to drop him for the final eight games of the season in favour of Marcus Bettinelli.
Did it work for Button? Again, yes and no. He played an important part in the season, making a number of key saves but mistakes meant the fans were somewhat uneasy with him between the sticks. Being dropped for the final part of the campaign will have hurt him too.
Stefan Johansen (Celtic, £2million)
What happened? Johansen left Scotland for England after two and a half years at Celtic. He wanted to play in england and Fulham saw him as the ideal person to become the engine in their midfield.
Did it work out for Fulham? It was an uneasy start, with Johansen struggling in his first few games in the Championship. However, he became an integral part of the squad and his tenaciousness was one of the key reasons the side did so well this season. His partnership with Kevin McDonald and Tom Cairney was also integral to the season.
Did it work for Johansen? He could've been forgiven for thinking he'd made a mistake at the start, but it worked out well for the Norwegian, who had a stunning season which also saw him named captain of his country.
Floyd Ayite (Bastia, undisclosed fee)
What happened? Ayite signed for Fulham as they once again looked to add strength in depth for their front line, with Ayite seen as an ideal forward in Jokanovic's front line.
Did it work for Fulham? In between a trip to the Africa Cup of Nations and an injury, Fulham will be pleased with their return on Ayite who proved to be good value for his signing fee. His finishing will have disappointed somewhat but nine goals for the club was a decent showing in his first season.
Did it work for Ayite? He will be pleased with his first season in England and how he adapted to the rigours of English football. Nine goals is a decent return for him, although I'm sure he would've wanted more. It's a good platform for him to build on next year.
Kevin McDonald (Wolves, £1.25million)
What happened? Fulham signed the 27-year-old as they looked to add an anchor to their midfield, seeing McDonald as the perfect man to fulfil that key role.
Did it work for Fulham? As it turned out, McDonald was indeed the perfect candidate to fulfil the anchor role in Jokanovic's midfield and his performances in the defensive midfield area really contributed to Fulham's success.
Did it work for McDonald? It sure did, fans adore him and he settled in immediately at the Cottage. He became a permanent fixture in the team and important piece in the midfield puzzle.
Sone Aluko (Hull, Free)
What happened? Fulham snapped up Aluko at the end of his Hull contract, signing him on a two-year deal to add Championship experience to their forward options.
Did it work for Fulham? Aluko did indeed add that experience and Championship know-how, while also bagging nine goals and ten assists to help push the club into the Play-offs.
Did it work for Aluko? It was a solid first season at Fulham for Aluko and he will be pleased with his efforts. It was the first time he hadn't been promoted to the Premier League from the second tier and that will spurt him on next season.
Denis Odoi (Lokeren, £850k)
What happened? Odoi was signed by Fulham in order to add competition in the full back spots and signed a three-year deal at the Cottage.
Did it work for Fulham? He added the competition the side needed, but was used more as a back-up as a result of the form that Ryan Fredericks and Scott Malone showed during the campaign. It was a good signing and they will hope he can continue to challenge next season.
Did it work for Odoi? He will have wanted to play more games this season than he did but he will be hoping that he can use this first season in England as a platform to hold down a regular starting berth next year.
Scott Malone (Cardiff, swap deal for Jazz Richards)
What happened? Fulham swapped Richards for the services of left back Malone from Cardiff.
Did it work for Fulham? Yes it did - Malone had a fantastic season and looked at home in the attacking formation that Jokanovic used for most of the season.
Did it work for Malone? Malone enjoyed a fine season and was named in the Championship team of the year. He was a constant threat for the Cottagers and he will be extremely happy with how he and the side did over the course of the season.
Michael Madl (Sturm Graz, £1.25million)
What happened? Fulham made Madl's loan deal permanent, signing him from Sturm Graz on a two-year deal.
Did it work for Fulham? The club had been happy with how his loan deal had gone and he signed permanently in May 2016. He started in the side at the start of the season, but found game time harder to come by as a result of the form of Tim Ream and Tomas Kalas.
Did it work for Madl? He would've liked to have been one of the number one choices at centre back for Fulham this season, but had to make do with being a back-up towards the end. He will be hoping that next season is an improvement on the one just gone.
Gohi Cyriac (Oostende, loan)
What happened? Fulham signed Cyriac on loan in January to add further options to Fulham's strikeforce.
Did it work for Fulham? He only scored once and hardly played for the club in his loan spell and didn't really have too much of an impact on the rest of the season.
Did it work for Cyriac? Not really. He would've wanted more game time and might feel his spell in west London was a bit of a waste as the result of his lack of game time.
Lucas Piazon (Chelsea, loan)
What happened? Fulham snapped up Piazon on loan from Chelsea to add his flair to their attacking midfield options.
Did it work for Fulham? Piazon had a very good season and Fulham will be pleased with his efforts in a white shirt this season. A jaw injury meant his final few months were a bit difficult but this move definitely worked for the club.
Did it work for Piazon? Again, it was a good move for Piazon who seemed to enjoy his time at the Cottage. He played some great games and scored some good goals, including the one at Bristol City which will live long in the memory.
Tomas Kalas (Chelsea, loan)
What happened? Fulham snapped up Chelsea defender Kalas on a loan to boost their defensive ranks.
Did it work for Fulham? Most definitely - Kalas was phenomenal this season and was one of the best centre backs in the division. The club will be happy with his commitment in a white shirt and will be desperate to see him back here next year.
Did it work for Kalas? It did - he loved his time spent at the Cottage and he saw one of his best seasons to date. The fans adored him and he built up a strong partnership with Ream.
Chris Martin (Derby, loan)
What happened? Experienced Championship striker Martin joined on loan to be the out and out striker for Fulham this season, but this was a loan deal with many twists and turns.
Did it work for Fulham? Yes and no - his goals helped the club massively in the early part of the season but his refusal to play in order to try to engineer a move back to Derby hurt the club and was something they could've done without.
Did it work for Martin? No - trying to force a move back to Derby desperately hurt his image in the eyes of the Fulham fans, and after Christmas he didn't contribute as many goals as he or the club will have wanted.