Fulham are chasing the play-offs and the season is far from over, but behind the scenes there is work being done to ensure the best possible signings are recruited ahead of next season.
Before we know it, the Transfer Window will be upon us and everyone will be talking about who the next signing will be at Craven Cottage, and it's fair to say most will probably be looking for a striker or a defender to come in.
Some feel a major striker should've been signed in the January Transfer Window, but support for Chris Martin came in the shape of Gohi Cyriac who was signed on loan until the end of the season from Belgian side KV Oostende.
So, we thought we'd ask you exactly who you'd want the Cottagers to sign in the summer and you've come with a whole range of answers, from the reasonable to the downright absurd (the person who said Messi, I'm talking about you here).
In no particular order, here's who you said and the likeliness of a deal actually happening.
The 23-year-old Cardiff City man was one of the first names to be mentioned and on paper you can see why.
He's a big, powerful centre forward who has scored 11 goals this season for a struggling Cardiff side, as well as bagging another two in his previous season despite only being there since January, including one against Brentford (we can like him just for that fact, can't we?).
Fulham lack a presence in the six yard box and you get the feeling Zohore could really do a job for Fulham up top, especially with quality service to feed off from Scott Malone and Ryan Fredericks.
This one wouldn't be a bad signing at all.
Likeliness rating: Could definitely happen, would fit the mould and will find himself in demand come the summer, he wouldn't cost Fulham a ton either.
It's clear why anyone would want to sign the AFC Bournemouth striker - he scored 22 goals in 43 appearance for Wolves in the Championship before being snapped up by the Cherries, where he's bagged a further nine in the Premier League.
A player of his stature would be an ideal signing for any club looking to move from the second tier into the top, but that is exactly why Bournemouth signed him for £10million and I can't see them parting with him any time soon.
There's no doubt he would score goals for Fulham though, and it's clear why fans would want him at Craven Cottage.
Likeliness rating: I can't see Afobe leaving the south coast in all honesty, so I don't think this will be happening.
His name was bound to come up.
The 34-year-old is still scoring goals in the Premier League for Sunderland, while he bagged on his return to the international fold with England against Lithuania in the last international break, proving that despite his age class is permanent.
He's having a fantastic season, scoring 15 goals for a desperately poort Sunderland side that look doomed to go down this season .
There's no doubting he'd do a job for Fulham, or indeed anyone in the top end or lower bottom of the Championship, but the Cottagers would only get him if they went up and if they managed to persuade him Craven Cottage was a better destination that his other long line of suitors.
Likeliness rating: I'm on the fence with this one - if Fulham got promoted it would be doable but I don't think he really fits the mould of the recruitment department at Motspur Park.
The 19-year-old was the most popular choice from the fans we asked, for obvious reasons.
The Chelsea loanee has scored 25 times this season for Bristol City in all competitions, including eleven in eleven games in what has been his debut senior season.
An injury has kept that goal tally down somewhat but it's unbelievable to think he has netted so many times in his first season in the Championship and now he has a long line of clubs interested in his signature.
Abraham would be a fantastic signing for Fulham but can they compete with the likes of Everton and Leicester, who are reportedly after his signature, or would they be better off looking elsewhere for the next Abraham?
A popular choice and for clear reasons - Abrahams would do great in the white of Fulham
Likeliness rating: This one isn't very likely I'm afraid, Chelsea have already rejected a £10m bid for him from an unnamed Premier League club and I can't see him picking Fulham over Everton or Leicester.
Another mid-table Premier League striker who would be a great signing for Fulham, but unfortunately has suffered with serious injuries since signing for the Cherries.
He was fantastic at Coventry and proved he had an eye for goal in his season in the Championship with Bournemouth, but his season has been ended this year as a result of a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee - his second in the space of 16 months.
Likeliness rating: Not going to happen this summer.
This is an interesting one.
The 22-year-old Beninese international plays for Montpellier in France and would fit Fulham's recruitment mould should the club be interested in the striker.
He came through Montpellier's youth ranks and signed a new contract with them in June 2016 for three years until 2019.
He's scored 14 goals this season in 32 appearances and played a key role in the side's 3-0 defeat over PSG back in December.
The Cottagers were linked with him in the summer, but the Premier League are now aware of his attacking prowess with West Brom and Middlesbrough both reportedly interested in him.
Likeliness rating: Looked more likely last summer than this, but there is still a chance should Fulham get promoted to the Premier League that they may go knocking again.
The Championship's top scorer this season would be a coveted signing by anyone of the 23 other sides in the second tie, not to mention a few of the teams in the lower reaches of the Premier League.
The New Zealand international has scored 25 goals this season in the Championship, three more than Brighton's Glenn Murray, scoring on average a goal every 145 minutes.
It's easy to see why Fulham fans would want him at the club.
But with Leeds chasing the play-offs and Premier League football, were they to get that and Fulham were not any chances of getting him would be dead in the water.
Not to mention the price tag Leeds would slap on him in the first place.
Likeliness rating: Can't see this one ever happening.
Matej Vydra and Slavisa Jokanovic have history, with the Czech Republic international having played under him at Vicarage Road.
However, he only signed for Derby in August 2016 and cost them a hefty fee - £8million reportedly.
The 24-year-old has only scored five goals for the Rams in this campaign and I can't see Gary Rowett letting go of the forward just yet, he'll definitely want him to get a full season under his stewardship.
Although this would be a good signing, I don't think this will happen.
Likeliness rating: No chance.
Everyone knows what a dangerous player Britt Assombalonga is but injuries have limited him to only 30 appearances this season, but he has still managed to score ten goals in all competitions.
On his day, he's probably one of the most lethal strikers outside the Premier League but he has a big summer ahead of him to improve his fitness in order for him to get back to his best.
It would be a gamble for Fulham if they were to make a move for the DR Congo international, but with the right work and under the guidance of Jokanovic he could turn out to be a very good striker.
Likeliness rating: With Nottingham Forest in trouble this season, a move away to Fulham could be tempting but it would cost the Cottagers a fair amount of money to prise him away.
Eibar's 27-year-old striker has previous with Fulham, with the club tempting the Spanish side's resolve to hold onto their striker with a bid in the summer transfer window back in August and were interested again in January.
Neither move came off, but Fulham still have some interest in the Spaniard who has scored eleven goals in Spain this season, including a goal against Atletico Madrid in the second leg of their 5-2 aggregate defeat to Diego Simeone's side.
West Ham are reportedly interested in Enrich now too, but a promotion to the Premier League and a chance to work under Jokanovic could be the temptation needed to lure him to Craven Cottage.
Likeliness rating: Keep an eye on this one.
Rolan is a 24-year-old Uruguayan striker who currently plies his trade at Bordeaux.
He was linked with a whole host of clubs back in the summer transfer window, with Aston Villa, Everton and Manchester United all thought to be interested in adding him to their ranks.
Everton reportedly made a £15m bid for him in July, but were told by the French club that they must pay £3m more for his services so the move fell through.
He's bagged himself nine goals in 27 appearances this year and I'm sure clubs will be sniffing round Rolan again in the summer.
Likeliness rating: There's possibility here, but only if Bordeaux lower their asking price of £18m.