Fulham’s Slavisa Jokanovic is eager to push on with the remainder of the season after maneuvering his way through a tricky January transfer window.
The Whites are lingering in 19th - four points above the relegation zone - but are the joint third top-scorers in the league.
And having retained both of their services, Jokanovic is keen to focus on the remainder of the season, and help the Whites to safety.
The former Watford manager said: “It’s true, It wasn’t an easy January for us, with so much different speculation around some of my players.
“Now it’s over and now our job is solely thinking about Fulham, that’s it.
“I was relaxed before, too. Fulham did a good job in this transfer window, all the people knew we were under embargo and it is not easy for us to find the quality of people for improve us.”
Fulham were under a transfer embargo previously imposed for breaking the Financial Fair Play rules following their relegation from the Premier League.
It left the Whites with a limited hand to play - they could only make loan acquisitions and free transfers as they searched for a way to improve the squad.
And it proved to be a busy final few days for them, as they brought in Rohan Ince, Zakaria Labyad, Michael Madl, and also cancelled Fernando Amorebieta’s loan with Middlesbrough.
But Jokanovic has no doubts over the quality of the players he did acquire.
“I believe we bring good four players who can help us in the future and that’s it,” the former Chelsea player added.
“Fernando is an experienced player, he played for many years at the highest level of football. He know what is competed at highest level, and he made a great performance in the game today.
“He can be an important player for us, and I expect he can improve the team.
“Rohan did a great job, he competed very well.”