The club's youth side face Chelsea Youth in the FA Youth Cup final second leg on Monday evening, and the manager is keen to use the opportunity to assess players ahead of next term
Fulham's drop to the Championship was confirmed at the Britannia Stadium after they were hammered 4-1 by Stoke City in a limp display, ending an 13-season spell in the top flight.
|13/5||Fulham Youth are 13/5 with William Hill to beat Chelsea Youth|
"The first thing for me is to look at our academy and look for players who can join us in the next season," he is quoted as saying by The Telegraph.
"I will be going to the Youth Cup final [second leg against Chelsea] to start planning the future. I don't think to do anything else except stay at Fulham and build a new team - that was the idea when I came.
"It is clear we have to change something. I want to have success with Fulham in the next years. I will talk about the situation with the owner and we will start to come back.
"Fulham are a club with a very good youth academy so the club have to build up not only for youth teams but build for the professionals."