Aleksandar Mitrovic is fit for Fulham’s Championship play-off final against Brentford – with head coach Scott Parker saying he has a full squad to choose from.
The Serbian striker sat out both legs of the semi-final as the Whites squeezed past Cardiff City.
Neeskens Kebano came off with a hamstring injury in the second leg against the Bluebirds.
“We’re full strength,” said Parker. “Everyone is fit for tomorrow night.
“Now it is down to me to work out the best dynamics to win a football match.”
Asked if Mitrovic was in the condition to start at Wembley, Parker replied: “He’s fit. We’ll make our decision on that.
“It’s a headache [in terms of picking his side] but you want to be a manager with a fully-fit squad, to have the luxury to pick from.”
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