Things have got no hotter on the Fulham transfer activity, inbound at least, but rumours are still aplenty. Cameron Ramsey takes you through the latest hot topics buzzing on the Fulham transferweb.
It's been a sluggish start to the January transfer window for Fulham, but being only just over a week-and-a-half into the crucial recruitment period, business is sure to grow in momentum and materialisation as the days rumble onward.
A second installment of noises which have been banded around the rumour mill since our last venture, and it seems that the transfer window for Fulham is beginning to take relative shape with what's been muttered, contrived and speculated upon between both the fans and indeed the press.
The January transfer window is very nearly upon us all, and a second opportunity for Slavisa Jokanovic to chop and change his Fulham squad this season is close to prevailing itself.
There was a brief period of time where almost the entire Fulham fanbase thought that both the Whites' right-back options would be suspended for the game against Birmingham City on Sunday.
Fulham, as we all very much know, scurried away with 3 points on Tuesday night after a blockbusting encounter with the in-form Sheffield United which ended in a 5-4 scalping for the Whites, despite a late fightback from Chris Wilder's impressive set-up.
Positive momentum has been lacking for Fulham thus far this season, and after falling victim to a mauling at Molineux against Championship leader's Wolverhampton Wanderers, the November international break came at possibly the best time for Slavisa Jokanovic's faltering squad.
Fulham fans were rocked by the news that Craig Kline, the club's assistant director of football operations, had been relieved from his position on Tuesday after a suspected row over recruitment at Motspur Park.
Fulham could not muster a second half comeback against Aston Villa on Saturday, but in seasons gone by the Whites have staged resilient comebacks in encounters where a damning loss was virtually written on the walls.
"Craven Cottage, by the river, take me home!" Thus goes a song which reverberates around the most beautiful stadium in existence on a regular basis, a ringing indictment of the special bond which Fulham fans have with their historic home on the banks of the Thames.