Chris Coleman believes Fulham already have the team to cut it in the Premier League.
The Welshman, who played for and managed the Whites during a 10-year spell at Craven Cottage, saw his relegated Sunderland side lose there on Friday.
Fulham are third and a point behind second-placed Cardiff ahead of the final weekend of the season.
And Coleman said. “Fulham are a super team. Slavisa (Jokanovic) has done a great job. He’s a good manager.
“They can cut it in the Premier League. They may need to add to it here and there but, predominantly, they look good.
“This is a great club. I spent 10 years here and know the place inside out. I used to love playing here, and loved managing here.
“The atmosphere here at the night games is as good as anywhere in the country. This is still a ‘football ground’ and it hasn’t lost that atmosphere.
“So good luck to Fulham. But it’s not done yet because Cardiff will have something to say, no doubt. They’ve had a super season as well, with the experience of Neil (Warnock).”