Ream's only Premier League experience came in 13 games for Bolton Wanderers in 2012, after he left the New York Red Bulls in MLS.
Cairney struck with a cool finish in the first half at Wembley to earn Fulham a top-flight place worth an estimated £160 million ($213 million) windfall. "There's not many better feelings than this".
"I've thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of my 19 months here". It's the top of the top. The 57-year-old, who is chasing a fifth promotion to the top flight, deserves a break in more ways than one, and few outside Fulham will begrudge him if he heads off on holiday as a Premier League manager once again.
"I personally must be satisfied".
"I'm personally very satisfied because this Fulham was the project of my club and staff".
So you get 55% (of their 2015/16 PL/TV earnings) in the first year, 45% in year two and 20% in the final year. "We must adapt ourselves; we know what is ahead of us". The team stuck together and showed great fight. We believe in our style.
Fulham boss ready to use ‘important weapon’ against Aston Villa
"Slowly but surely we have tried to change it around".
Tom Cairney opened the scoring for Fulham after 23 minutes as Ryan Sessegnon's pass found a hole in Villa's usually tight defence. We got a lot of stick. That's the exact reason why he snubbed interest from the Premier League last summer. It's a dream come true. We believe we can dominate the situation. "We've been the best team in the league and although we didn't get automatic promotion, we blew teams away".
"We have to have a healthy respect for Fulham but not be fearful of them", Bruce, 57, added. "In the industry we're in, there is so much negativity and so-called bad people around everywhere, and when something happens like what's happened to me, with how cruel it is, then the number of messages of support and cards I've had has been quite remarkable".
"I genuinely hope he [Terry] triggers it", All those phone calls to him last summer, he hasn't been disappointed with it.