Mark Hughes has boldly declared Fulham's slump over as he looks to mastermind a fourth win in five games at Wigan.
The Cottagers found themselves sucked into a Barclays Premier League relegation dogfight towards the end of 2010 after winning just two of their opening 18 games.
But they have doubled that tally in their last three league matches to climb out of the drop zone and are also through to the fourth round of the FA Cup after thumping Peterborough 6-2 last weekend.
Hughes said: "At the moment, we're getting results and we're pleased with that. That's three wins in four games. I think we're in good shape.
"We're enjoying our football at the moment, playing some good stuff, scoring goals - thankfully - now and we're getting players back as well.
"We look in better shape than we were just prior to the Christmas period."