New Fulham boss Martin Jol insists he holds no grudge against Tottenham.
Jol insisted he harboured no hard feelings towards his old employers at White Hart Lane.
"I've got a very good relationship with [Tottenham chairman] Daniel [Levy]," he said.
"He looked after me, he always did. There's no hard feelings. Of course you'd like to stay - I would like to stay here for four, five years. Hopefully it's realistic.
"I was at Spurs three and a half years so that was probably a record so no hard feelings."
Jol refused to name possible transfer targets but reckons he will need four or five new signings to complement what he feels is already a decent squad.
"It's a good squad good, experienced players with a couple of young exciting players like [Moussa] Dembele who I know very well from Holland," he said.
"Four or five players left the club. We need strength in depth so we probably need a similar number of players - four or five."
Jol also remarked: "Everybody knew I would like to come back. I said that when I left, like Arnold Schwarzenegger I will be back, and I am back."