Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic has openly admitted that Millwall are 'less talented' than the Whites.

But he has urged his players to go and prove it on the pitch when they welcome the Lions to Craven Cottage this weekend.

The Whites go into the game off the back off a quite stunning 5-4 victory over Sheffield United at Bramall Lane on Tuesday night - their first win in seven games.

And Jokanovic has called on his team to make it back-to-back wins against their struggling London rivals.

He said: "We must win always, not only this game, all the games, this is the Championship, it's dangerous, we had a positive experience from last Tuesday night but we must show respect to all teams, to Millwall too.

"If you ask me if we can win the game? Yes, and we must try and push and be strong to win these three points.

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"After the last few games we have recovered our confidence.

"It's not a question of who is top and who is not, Millwall is a team I believe less talented than my team, but they compete very well, this is fact, I believe this is true, but we must be focused and concentrated."