Fulham youngster Alex Kacaniklic is urging his team-mates not to rest on their laurels after their historic 1-0 victory over Liverpool at Anfield.
The Cottagers left the Reds' preparations for the FA Cup in disarray after they inflicted a fourth home defeat of the season on Kenny Dalglish's team on Wednesday evening.
It was the first time the west London outfit have ever won at Anfield and they are now level on points with the Carling Cup winners on 49 points.
"I didn't know that we hadn't won at Anfield before so of course it is very special to be part of the first Fulham team to do that," Kacaniklic told the club's official website.
"That's really something big. It is a great achievement because that puts us level on points with Liverpool, but we already knew we were a good team because we've got some really great players here, so I'm not overly surprised that we won."
Kacaniklic, 20, spent three years at Liverpool but failed to break into the first team.
He left the club in 2010 as part of the deal that took Paul Konchesky to Anfield. However, he was a threat all evening for the Cottagers against his former employers and now wants a strong end to their campaign.
He added: "The team is desperate to get as many points as possible between now and the end of the season because we've got a winning mentality.
"Everyone here wants to win and we would never think that we don't have anything to play for. We go into every match wanting to win and we did just that."