Fulham ran out 2-1 winners over Hull City at Craven Cottage tonight.
But manager Slavisa Jokanovic was not entirely impressed.
Goals from Floyd Ayite in the first half and Stefan Johansen in the second, either side of a Stephen Bowen strike for the Tigers, ensured the Whites picked up their first three points at home this season.
But Jokanovic knows his team can be even better.
The boss said: "To be a more serious and competitive team we must improve, this is not enough.
"I am not satisfied with our performance, I am satisfied with three points but today we were under a big risk, we didn't finish what we needed to in the right moment and this kind of risk you can pay such an expensive price for, which we have paid in the past.
"We must be more brave, more solid, more adult, if you want, in some situations. In football, during 90-something minutes there is always some moments where you are not comfortable during the game where the other team dominates you.
"This is not enough for me, this is not enough for our supporters and this is not enough for my team too. We must work harder."