The Cottagers lost Mousa Dembele and Clint Dempsey last summer but have still enjoyed an impressive campaign and could yet secure a top-ten finish.
Riether, who is on loan from Cologne but is expected to make the move permanent in the summer, believes Fulham’s top performers could well attract attention when the transfer window reopens but expects the club to progress under the guidance of Martin Jol regardless of who departs at the end of the campaign.
“At Fulham it is always possible that you might lose great players, big players, to other clubs, so it is not easy,” he told the Evening Standard.
“It is normal that if you play well other clubs want to buy you.
“If some players do leave, other good players will come and I think Fulham will have a great team next year.”
He added: “There will be a lot of changes in the team this summer. Some new players will join, some players will leave but we will be prepared for next season.”
Antonio Conte took the opportunity to compliment a rare talent after Lionel Messi masterminded Barcelona's Champions League defeat of Chelsea.
Wigan boss Paul Cook is happy to be heading into their FA Cup quarter-final with Southampton on the back of a morale-boosting league win.
Arsene Wenger has called on his Arsenal side to put on the sort of displays that will have stay-away fans returning to the Emirates Stadium.
Michael Jacobs struck in stoppage time as Wigan got their League One promotion bid back on track with a 1-0 win at Bradford.
Lionel Messi punished error-prone Chelsea as Barcelona advanced to the Champions League quarter-finals with a 3-0 win at the Nou Camp.
AC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso believes Jack Wilshere would grace any league in world football.