Martin Jol says there is much more to Fulham than just Dimitar Berbatov, and has questioned the amount of attention the Bulgarian receives.
In Saturday's 1-1 Premier League draw at Aston Villa, the enigmatic striker hit the post in a typical showing of both brilliance and anonymity.
"It's the same all the time with him," said Cottagers boss Jol. "If you get a win or a draw, then everyone says he's superb.
"If you don't, they say he's strolling around.
"I'm very happy he's here, most of the time he makes the difference. But look at our other players too. I think collectively we've done ever so well since the turn of the year."
Jol backed Villa to beat the drop.
"If you don't win games and others do, you'll go down," he said. "But this is a big club and they can stay up."