Lifelong Fulham fan Sarah Morris has run up bills of about £1,100 following her team’s European odyssey this season - but she wouldn’t have it any other way.

Fulham take on Atletico Madrid in the Europa League final on Wednesday, May 12, but trips to see Roy Hodgson’s boys take on Roma, Basel, Juventus, Wolfsburg and Hamburg have already helped make this her most memorable campaign following the Mighty Whites.

The 38-year-old, whose extended brethren was named Fulham’s family of the year a few seasons ago, said last week's win was a highlight.

“This is the best season in the 30 years I’ve been going to see Fulham play, no question,” she said.

“The highlight has been Zoltan Gera’s winning goal and the final whistle last Thursday night, but beating Juventus 4-1 at home comes pretty close.”

Ms Morris had her arrangements for next Wednesday’s final sorted within hours of Fulham’s momentous semi-final victory over Hamburg, and plans to drive over with her relatives at a further cost of about £200 each.

She has already done her research on getting to the HSH Nordbank Arena by road, as that was on the cards for last month’s semi-final, first-leg clash, before the volcanic ash cleared, prompting a last-minute decision to fly.

Throw in some spending money and Ms Morris will probably end up forking out close to £1,500 supporting Fulham in Europe, but that has bought her plenty of fond memories, such as bumping into Hodgson in Basel city centre on the day of the side’s crucial final group match in Switzerland in December.

And, when it comes to describing the man who is Sir Alex Ferguson’s pick for manager of the season, she cannot hide her admiration.

“He is God,” she said. “We had a great night out after the game in Basel, too. That was the best trip as a whole - so far.”

A hint that Ms Morris dares to believe there may be even better to come.