Chris Brunt has challenged his West Brom team-mates to start getting the results their performances deserve.
Roy Hodgson's team are currently bottom of the Premier League with three points from their last five games but they have yet to secure any points at The Hawthorns.
Their three points on the board came courtesy of a victory at Norwich but Saturday's opponents, Fulham, are two places higher in the table, despite having yet to win a league game this season.
"I don't think it's a 'need to win' game but we need to get some points," Brunt told the club's official website.
"Getting our first win at Norwich and then having such a sloppy performance at Swansea dented the confidence a bit. It's important to get back on track."
Everton defeated a much-changed Baggies line-up in midweek and it was a familiar story as they again produced a performance that merited more than they achieved.
"We put in a good performance on Wednesday and got knocked out of the cup which was disappointing, but it's up to us to get the ball rolling," Brunt added.
"We're confident at home we can give anyone a game and in the two home games this season we've shown that.
"But we've got nothing from them so it's important we get the ball rolling, especially at home."