I watched a video of the schalke team after their derby victory at dortmund. The whole team come over to salute the fans, they sit down on the pitch for a few minutes, even the goal keeper went in to the stand and picked up the megaphone to start a few chants.
I would just settle for the whole team to come over after the match.
Well most of the players nowadays don't give a toss about the fans. A few do like Hart, Micah, and Zaba but the player/fan bond isn't there like it used to be as English football is a game about money now as much as anything. You'll see closer bonds between players and fans in some foreign leagues, such as Germany (as davymcfc pointed out)... look at Dortmund with their fans after playing us.
It depends on the nature of the game. After the 6-1 they all came over and they have done the Poznan infront of us both at Wembley and after winning the league. Last night was one of those get out there, get the job done and go home type games and that's exactly what they did. Personally it would be nice if they did it every game though but shit happens.