Fulham made no fewer than 12 signings this summer including, Andre Schurrle, Jean Michael Seri and Andre Zambo Anguissa
Fulham make their return to the Premier League for the first time since 2014 on Saturday, and have wasted no time in overhauling their squad. Head Coach Slavisa Jokanovic has signed no fewer than 12 players - with five of those joining on deadline day.
Andre Zambo Anguissa was the last player through the door, and fans of the west Londoners will be expecting big things from him. The defensive midfielder arrived from Marseille for £22.4 million.
Fuham have been tipped for a strong first season back amongst England's elite, and it's hard to argue that Jokanovic's side won't make a positive impression.
Admittidely, a sudden influx of new players can sometimes temporarily hinder a club's progress, but the Fulham jugganaught appears finely oiled and primed for the season ahead.
Here's look at the arrivals and departures at Craven Cottage this summer:
CM - Jean Michael Seri - OGC Nice - £27 million
DM - Andre Zambo Anguissa - Marseille- £22.4 million
ST - Aleksander Mitrovic - Newcastle United - £18.2 million
CB - Alfie Mawson - Swansea City - £15.2 million
LB - Joe Bryan - Bristol City - £6 million
GK - Fabri - Besiktas - £5.4 million
CB - Maxime le Marchand - OGC Nice - £3.6 million
LW - Andre Schurrle - Borussia Dortmund - loan
CB - Calum Chambers - Arsenal- loan
CF - Luciano Vietto - Atletico Madrid - loan
GK - Sergio Rico - Sevilla - loan
RB - Timothy Fuso-Mensah - Manchester United - loan
DM - Tayo Edun - Ipswich Town - loan
RB - Ryan Fredericks - West Ham United - free transfer
GK - David Button - Brighton and Hove Albion - £4 million
AM - George Williams - Forest Green Rovers - free transfer
Jokanovic has added a lot of quality to his already impressive Fulham squad. The likes of Schurrle, Chambers and Mitrovic all have Premier League experience and that'll be vital to Fulham's successes.
Coupled with the exciting crop of talent they've signed across Europe, Fulham would be a safe bet to finish at least 10th this season and cement their place back in England's top flight.
Crystal Palace are the visitors on Saturday and will know how tough the game could potentially be.