Fulham striker Diomansy Kamara is confident he can maintain his fine goalscoring record against AS Roma when the Cottagers face the Serie A side in the Europa League on Thursday.
A victory for Roy Hodgson's side would virtually guarantee them a place in the knockout stages of the competition and Kamara sees no reason why that can't be case.
He said: "I know Roma as I played against them when I was with Modena in Italy. I scored against them as well, so I hope I play again and score too.
"I scored against them both in the Olympic Stadium and when Modena were at home. I know Roma and they are a really good team. This is a good omen for us.
"Roma, Basle and Sofia have all lost in the group so far. Only we haven't lost, so maybe if we win this game we can go through to the next round of the competition."