Football: New Fulham owner vows to bring more success, as he takes over Al-Fayed

LONDON (AFP) - Fulham's new owner Shahid Khan vowed to build on the foundations left by Mohamed Al-Fayed, as the Pakistan-born American billionaire arrived at Craven Cottage for the first time on Saturday following his takeover.

Khan, who also owns NFL team Jacksonville Jaguars, struck an agreement with Al-Fayed on Friday that put the English Premier League club under new ownership for the first time in 16 years.

The 62-year-old is reported to have paid around £150 million (S$286 million) for 100 per cent control and he met the media for the first time on Saturday.

Khan made it clear he believes there is more to achieve for a club who finished 12th in the Premier League last season and reached the Europa League final in 2010.