MARK Hughes insists Fulham's £16.9million loss for the past financial year will have no impact on his transfer plans for next season.
Figures announced this week showed that wages and new contracts meant the club's losses had increased by £10m on the previous year, despite raking in £12.5m for their run to the Europa League final.
Chairman Mohammed Al-Fayed reaffirmed his commitment to the club this week, and boss Hughes doesn't expect the latest figures to stop him strengthening the squad in the summer.
"The losses weren't unexpected," he said. "They will have no impact on what I want to do in the summer."
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