Fulham's star defender Brede Hangeland has admitted that the club's players are in confident mood following a 3-0 weekend victory over Manchester United.
The Cottagers are currently ninth in the Premier League table, having seen off both United and Liverpool in the last two months.
Hangeland told the club's official website: "We played really well as a team and a lot of things went well for us. We did well and I think we won deservedly in the end, but it didn't feel like an easy game, far from it.
"We really worked hard and our shape was excellent, so when that part of our game works it's hard to play against.
"We feel confident now, whoever we play, that we can get a result against any team, especially at home.
"We've played all the top teams at home, we should have got a result against Arsenal and we've beaten Liverpool and Manchester United, so there's no reason why we shouldn't be confident.
"But in this league you're never sure that you're going to win and you're never sure that you're destined to lose a game. So it's always going to be a battle."