Now in his 17th season in English football, Schwarzer is one of the League’s most consistent keepers.
In the absence of Schwarzer, Stocko has proved a more than able deputy and is a very talented stopper.
Despite his young age the keeper is actually a seasoned international, having already won more than 40 caps.
Yet to line up for Fulham, though the Hungarian shot-stopper is very highly rated.
Alongside Brede Hangeland, Hughesy has been a mainstay of the Fulham defence.
Fulham's Captain has been one of our best players and our rock at the heart of the defence.
Fulham’s left-back is a very popular member of the squad and the fans love the fact that he never stops running!
Recognised as a bright prospect for both club and country, the left-back has impressed whenever called upon.
The German right-back has made an instant impression and is now a key part of the defence.
The right-back joined on loan from PSV Eindhoven in January and will provide Sascha Riether with competition.
Big Phil has been unlucky with injuries since joining Fulham but he’s hoping 2012/13 is the season for him.
Having made his breakthrough last season, Kaca has established himself as a key player for Fulham.
The Iran international has caught the eye following some impressive wing play.
The versatile Northern Ireland international is one of the squad's most important players.
Blessed with an obvious attacking flair, Duff rarely fails to catch the eye. Has been a key player for Fulham.
Hard-working midfielder that has joined on loan from Arsenal until the end of the season.
The battling Cameroon midfielder joined Fulham on loan in January having already worked with Jol at Ajax.
The hugely experienced Karagounis brings much to the Fulham midfield including creativity and vision.
Frei has emerged as one of the Club’s most exciting prospects and is a player that makes things happen.
The former England international will offer competition down either flank and a bucket load of experience.
The tough-tackling Mali international is a real midfield all rounder - he can do the lot.
The highly-rated youngster was Martin Jol's first signing for Fulham. Has been tipped for a bright future.
The experienced Welshman has been a central figure ever since he arrived and is now our longest-serving player.
Sidwell has become a popular player on the banks of the Thames - where he is known as the Ginger Iniesta.
The Holland international was one of four loan signings in January and is expected to make an impact.
A skilful attacker who likes to play off the striker, Bryan is full of tricks and skills and is an exciting player to watch.
Manager Martin Jol described Dimi as Fulham’s most important ever signing and it’s hard to disagree!
Versatile and energetic, the Colombia international brings much to the Fulham forward line.
Having scored for fun for Fulham’s Academy and Under-21s, Marcello has impressed in front of goal.
The Croatian striker is a player that makes scoring goals look easy and has impressed since arriving.