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​Parker on Fulham future: I'll be successful wherever I go

Scott Parker believes that he can be a successful coach, no matter where he goes.

The former Fulham player has been enjoying himself since replacing Claudio Ranieri at the relegation threatened club.

The 38-year-old is the man seen as most likely to get the permanent job, even if Fulham go down.

"It is not something that is banging at the front of my mind," he said in his press conference.

"It would drive me mad if I was constantly thinking where I am going to be.

"Ultimately, I want to stamp my mark on this team. I want to bring an identity back to us. But whether I am at Fulham or somewhere else, I believe the next part of my journey will be a successful one.

"If that is here, then brilliant, because I have an affiliation here. If the owners believe in that, then perfect. We'll see what pans out. It is out of my control. All I can do is leave a mark."

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