Fulham boss Kit Symons has revealed he has plans to conduct a major overhaul of the squad in the summer.

Symons has been in charge since the London club sacked Felix Magath earlier in the season. The Cottagers have had a stuttering campaign, dicing with the relegation zone since the start of the season.

Symons was a popular choice when he took over in September but the Craven Cottage side have won just once in the last eleven matches and lost 3-0 at home to Leeds United on Wednesday.

They are now only one place above the drop zone and Symons has promised changes in the summer. The 44-year-old told Sky Sports:

“There is a fragilty within the group, brought on by a long time of not having success. To be successful in the Championship you need to assemble a squad which can compete in the Championship and that’s what we need to do. There will be changes in the summer, definitely.”

Symons is hoping to end Fulham’s recent dreadful form with a win against Huddersfield Town on Saturday.


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