Fulham's 3-1 win at Norwich City on Good Friday was their best away win of the season so far.
That's according to midfielder Tom Cairney, who scored at Carrow Road to boost Fulham's play-off hopes.
Speaking to Fulham's official website fulhamfc.com, Cairney expressed his delight and revealed what manager Slavisa Jokanovic told the squad at half-time, following Chris Martin's red card.
"After their victory last week we knew it was going to be tough, but nobody has doubted our ability this season," he said.
“Our brand of football has never been in question but sometimes we’ve conceded goals where we should have defended better as a team, but on Friday we defended well from the first whistle.
“We went into half-time a goal up and a man down, and the manager said: ‘It’s times like this where you’ve got to pull something out of the bag if you’re going to do anything this season.’ And I think we did that.
“We showed on Friday, especially playing for over half the game with ten men, how we dig in and fight for each other.
"We created a lot of chances but I think with ten men it’s our best away win of the season by a mile.”