Former Fulham boss Micky Adams doesn't think the Cottagers are out the equation for getting promoted just yet, but they need to stick together and starting turn draws into wins.
Slavisa Jokanovic's side have already tied eight games this season, with six of those draws coming at Craven Cottage which have included conceding last minute goals to Norwich, Cardiff and Middlesbrough.
Adams, who got Fulham promoted in the 1996-97 season from the Third Division, also led Leicester City to the Premier League by finishing second in the First Division in 2002-03 and he believes Fulham must start grinding out results if they want to get themselves back to the top flight of English football.
He said: "I saw the game against Derby, I think they're a few points off the Play-offs so they're not out of it the equation in terms of getting promoted, they just have to get those draws into wins.
"They've done that recently, Sheffield United away and Millwall at home where they perhaps ground out a win and that's what they're going to have to do, because getting out of the Championship is never easy.
"I've done it once at Leicester - it's about grinding out results and sticking together, there will be ups and downs and you can't get too upset when you're losing games of football but stick together.
"I think that's the one thing you can say about Fulham fans, is that the hardcore of them don't forget what the journey has been all about to get to where they are."