The first quarter of the season has pretty much come and gone with Fulham in a decent position from the 11 games played so far, having lost just twice.
That's put them into 10th place, three points off a play-off spot and seven off Cardiff, who currently sit top of the pile in the division, although Slavisa Jokanovic won't be too concerned about that, having already played the south Wales side and matching them at the Cottage.
Still, despite a decent start there's a lot that Fulham will be hoping to improve on and undoubtedly work will have gone on at Motspur over the international break to address some things, here's what we think the side will be looking to address over the next few weeks.
Keeping a clean sheet
It's been a while since the side kept a clean sheet - the last one came against Ipswich just before the last international break, that's six games that the side have conceded goals in since.
David Button has been fantastic in goal since reclaiming his place at the start of the season, while the defence does look a bit sturdier with Tomas Kalas and Tim Ream continuing to strengthen their partnership from last season, but the inability to keep a clean sheet at the moment is a frustrating sticking point.
It seems to be something that is haunting Button and the back four at this moment in time and it will be a concern to Jokanovic that Fulham look suspect to conceding in every game at the moment.
There's no doubting that a lot of time and effort will have been put into defensive shape work over the international break, it's just about getting it right on the pitch.
Last season, Fulham dominated games and created chances in abundance - there was a reason why no one wanted to play them towards the latter end of the season.
This time, it's not been quite as slick as the fans or Jokanovic would've wanted, whether that's down to teams figuring out Fulham, or the absence of Tom Cairney or other factors is up for debate, but what isn't is the need to address it.
Aboubakar Kamara stepped up in the win over Nottingham Forest, but apart from that the frontman problem has still be an issue for Fulham and creating chances for those forward players from midfield is something that needs to be addressed.
Presence up top
Leading on from that, Fulham need to discover how best to utilise Kamara and Rui Fonte up top in order to for the side to have a presence that opposing defenders will feel.
They both played at Forest, and Kamara's relentless drive to turn and attack his marker caused problems and that's something that has been missing for a while.
I said in a webchat that Fulham missed a Chris Martin type forward, someone who was physical and could cause problems for defenders while allowing other players to come into the game, and I think Kamara could well be the answer to that.
He missed QPR because of an injury, but with the international break out of the way and a lot of rest time under his belt, Kamara should hopefully be fully fit and raring to go.
The left back problem
Fulham haven't looked particularly comfortable at left back for me this season after losing Scott Malone in the summer.
A lot of chances came from down that left win, and while he wasn't the best defensively, he caused teams a lot of problems going forward and linked up well with Ryan Sessegnon, who I feel is better further forward.
Sessegnon has been utilised as the left back for the most part this season as the club await Rafa Soares' return from injury, and while he has been good I don't think Sessegnon is the answer there.
Soares, who comes with a bit of a reputation, will probably now start to ebb his way into the side in the left back berth, allowing Sessegnon that forward left position, and in turn hopefully solving the problem the side have in that position at the moment.