Midfielder Steve Sidwell insists Fulham will climb the Premier League table if they can maintain recent performances.
Fulham's home form has been strong so far this term, however performances on their travels have been lacking and they will look to build on their first away win at the weekend during difficult trips to Arsenal and Sunderland later this month.
Sidwell was dominant in the Cottagers' 2-0 victory against Wigan on Saturday and he believes his team have been playing good football of late.
"With the teams that we've played and the performances we've put in, we'd like to be more up the table and have more wins on the board," Sidwell explained on the club's official website.
"We're going into a tough period at the moment and will be playing a lot of top teams but I'm sure that if we keep playing the way we played so far this season, we won't come up short.
"We're always going to create chances, but it's all about taking them. You look at the performance against Everton, on another day that's 2-1 to us if Bobby (Zamora) scores.
We'll just keep plugging away, we're not going to change our style of play, we like to get the ball down and play - there's just a few areas that we need to pick up on."