Fulham vice-chairman Tony Khan told a critical supporter who’d urged him to leave the clubto”go to hell”.

Khan, 36, tweeted buffs after Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Burnley which abandoned his side 19th from the Premier League, five points adrift of safety.

In a succession of messages he guaranteed”multiple signings” in January however one fan answered:”Leave my club “.

I’ll perish at this bar. Proceed to hell”

In describing his answer, Khan claimed the Twitter user telling him to leave’d been critical in the past, including briefly after Fulham won promotion into the Premier League via the Championship playoffs in May.

The fan promptly denied he’d been in touch after promotion into the top-flight and subsequently said he was frustrated by the fact Khan divides his time along together with different jobs in NFL franchise Jacksonville Jaguars and as president of most Elite Wrestling.

Signings promised as Khan Requires fight

Khan replied to a tweet asking him to leave the club and claimed the fan had been critical in the past

Khan’s online exchange started together with him reacting to a defeat at Burnley in which the home side failed to register a shot on target yet ran out 2-1 winners courtesy of just two own targets.

He wrote:”into the group, supporters and staff, a few folks are waving the flag and saying that we have to concede. People said the same once we were six and four points behind in the past two seasons. We closed the gap both times.

“we are able to close this gap. It’s on our players today to fight, win and finish.

“Our team has great moments however they have shown their abilities more frequently than they have gotten the points that we all desire.

“Like last January we’ll create multiple signings to boost the squad.”

After his promotion, Fulham spent around £100m on players including midfielder Jean Michael Seri, striker Aleksandar Mitrovic and defender Alfie Mawson during the summer .

But they have won only three of these 22 league matches this season and also have just one win in their past 10 games in all contests.