Diomansy Kamara sees no reason why Fulham cannot be playing Europa League football next season.
The Cottagers were tipped for a season of struggle, but Roy Hodgson's side have impressed all season with a series of solid outings.
Hodgson's side are just four points adrift of West Ham with seventh spot in the league likely to win a place in next season's rebranded Europa League.
"We need to focus on what is above us and push for Europe," explained Kamara.
"There are lots of points available so I hope everyone is thinking the same thing.
"You need to have ambition in football and I think this year that Fulham have a team good enough for Europe.
"We have come so far under Roy Hodgson and I see no reason why it can not be a possibility."
Fulham, who have comfortably avoided the drop, have conceded the same number of goals as fourth-placed Arsenal.