MARK Hughes has vowed to continue the success story at Craven Cottage after being confirmed as the new Fulham boss this evening.
The Welshman fought off the challenge of Sven-Goran Eriksson to become Roy Hodgson's successor when he penned a two-year deal in SW6.
Hodgson led Fulham to a top-10 finish and a Europa League final in his two full seasons in charge of the club.
But Hughes insists the Whites can get even better.
He said: "I am joining on the back of two of the most successful seasons in the club's history, and that in itself brings with it the challenges of expectation and ambition.
"I am confident that with some additions to the squad, hard work and commitment, we can move the club forward in the right direction."