Slavisa Jokanovic has insisted he is happy with the squad he has at his disposal ahead of the new campaign.
The Fulham head coach railed against the club's hierarchy after the 3-0 friendly defeat to Wolfsburg, claiming they were ignoring his targets.
But, on the eve of the season, he insisted that he is happy with the ambition for the upcoming campaign.
He said: “I'm happy with my team and the players. They are working hard and we're showing ambition to try and make a good season in front of us. We are ready for the Norwich game.”
Sone Aluko has been linked with a move away but Jokanovic expects the former Hull man to remain at Craven Cottage.
He added: “I believe he will. I said last week I believe he's an important player for us. I expect he'll be a part of us for the season.”
Aboubakar Kamara joined the club earlier this week and Jokanovic believes his strengths will fit into Fulham's mould.
He explained: “We are talking about a striker since we were without Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele.
“Kamara is a young player with great ambition. He's stronger and fast. We expect he'll be an important player for us.
“All the people need time to adapt themselves to a different style of life and competition. It's different.
“He's a player that can attack the space behind the defenders and can be a very important player for us.”