Premier League after a hard-fought 1-0 win over Aston Villa at Wembley on Saturday.
"A return to the Premier League would be huge for the club and as a fan we'd get to see the best players coming to Villa park", Andy, 35, told the Press Association. This is our project, this Fulham is my club, my staff. "We were unlucky and needed too many chances".
"That [January] transfer window was successful and gave an important push for the team". Promotion to the Premier League is estimated to be worth an additional £160million, spread over three years, which obviously would make a significant difference to either team.
I'm not tempting fate or predicting anything because I don't want to jinx the game, so all I'll say is. if we play well then we will be fine. "We showed we could follow the style that we followed for the past two years, in this stadium", Jokanovic said.
Asked of his future, he remained somewhat coy - suggesting his focus was on the upcoming World Cup with his country and that he was contractually still a Newcastle player, though admitting he would be more than happy with a return to Fulham next season. He had an option (for a further year's contract) if we'd gone up but we haven't got that now.
In the 20th minute, Tom Cairney picked up a great ball from Ryan Sessegnon and made it 1-0 to Fulham.
Fulham have been the better and more attractive side all season and, despite a valiant if limited fightback by Villa, they were superior yesterday.
Cairney struck after 23 minutes, clinically slotting the ball home from an inch ideal pass by Ryan Sessegnon at the end of a rare flowing move in a cagey first half.
Robert Snodgrass, Sam Johnstone and Lewis Grabban are among the loan players amounting to a massive wage bill, while the futures of Jack Grealish, James Chester and Jonathan Kodjia would also be plunged into huge doubt.
But 57-year-old Bruce said: "The feeling is utter disappointment for everybody".