An ‘emotional’ Scott Parker insisted he’s ‘proud’ of his Fulham aspect after they beat Brentford 2-1 within the Championship play-off last.
A Joe Bryan further time brace ensured the Cottagers sealed a right away return to the Premier League at Wembley.
Chatting with Sky Sports activities, Parker mentioned: “I really feel emotional and I suppose the journey you go on, the ups and downs and alongside the way in which the frustration.
“I’m the face that fronts it up, however behind the scenes, the assist community of individuals, they maintain you moving into these occasions.
“That’s why I really feel emotional, I really feel for these those who aren’t right here [due to coronavirus] and the followers supporting the staff.
“As a supervisor you’ve typically not received that. I’m so pleased with my staff and what we’ve achieved.”
Parker was named Fulham caretaker boss for the ultimate three months of their Premier League marketing campaign final yr as they received simply seven of their 38 top-flight matches.
He was appointed on a everlasting foundation in the direction of the tip of the season and inherited a staff which conceded a whopping 81 league targets.
However in his first full season in cost, Parker turned Fulham’s fortunes round to earn the membership a second promotion in three years.
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He added: “I’ve discovered a lot. I’m certain I’ll be studying till my time as a supervisor ends. The place we got here within the Premier League, we had open, massive wounds.
“Individuals noticed a staff that misplaced a variety of Premier League video games, from that you could make a judgement on the staff.
“There have been deep-rooted points and wounds wanted to be healed. That’s what makes me so glad [now].”