After heading into pre-season as the number two, Button has stepped up to the challenge of being Fulham's first choice stopper this season and has been one the most consistent performers.
Despite a few iffy long kicks, his shot stopping has been superb and his run of 11 games without a clean sheet is very unlucky given his performances.
Only one appearance so far this campaign, which is testament to Button's performances in goal.
He's pushed the number one all the way in training though and the two benefit from the friendly competition.
It's been a fairly decent start to the season for Fredericks, whose attacking threat is clear down that right hand channel.
His final ball hasn't been at the level it was last season, however, while his attacking forays have left his side open to attack a number of times this season.
Still, he's been one of the better performers.
He's played a lot of football for such a young age and has continued to cope with the rigours of the Championship fairly well.
However, I don't feel left back is his best position and his defensive weaknesses have been exploited a number of times this season.
It's been fairly consistent for the 17-year-old so far, without really pulling out any trees like he did last season.
The Belgian hasn't been a first team regular but he's found himself used across the entire backline, which says a lot about his versatility and his use to the side.
He had a few good games at centre back but hasn't been able to cement a first team place for himself yet this season.
He's shown the technical side of his game with his flicks and tricks, but there have been defensive issues.
We've barely seen anything of the Porto loanee since he joined in August after being injured, being used very sparingly by Slavisa Jokanovic at right back.
He's look pretty handy when he has come on, but we've not seen enough of what he can do just yet in a Fulham shirt.
The American started off the season very well, and I thought he was having the better of games between him and Kalas.
However, in recent weeks defensive mistakes have started to creep into his game, most notably against Bolton, which have been very costly.
Jokanovic seems to recognise his early season form, however, choosing to drop Kalas instead of Ream for the Wolves defeat.
Poor Madl - he's been limited to two Carabao Cup games so far this season and nothing else.
He doesn't seem to feature in Jokanovic's plans whatsoever and it's hard to see where he's going to get a game going forward from here.
Similar to Madl in that Jokanovic doesn't seem to fancy the play at all, again limiting him to two Carabao Cup games and an U23 appearance.
He was brought in during the summer but it doesn't look like he's quite up to the standard required in this division.
The Chelsea loanee hasn't quite reached the same levels of performance that he did last season, and along with Ream is struggling to cut out basic mistakes from his game this season.
Defending set pieces has also been a major problem for Kalas and his defensive partners and it's something that needs to be cut out after the break.
Fulham's best player this season - he's been head and shoulders above everyone else in terms of performances and it's been clear to see on the pitch.
He's playing at a similar level to last season and continues to shield the back four and break up play.
If he wasn't playing, you would be very worried about where the club would be at the moment.
He's been in and out of the team this season, but hasn't carried the same attacking threat as he did last season, which can be said for the vast majority of the forwards.
There's been a lack of creativity in the side so far and Kebano is one of the players that hasn't played as well as he can do, struggling in front of goal.
It's been a funny season for the Norway captain - he's the club's top scorer but his performances in the past month have been extremely poor.
He's been struggling with a groin injury which the side are hoping to sort out during the break, but some of his performances have been torrid, losing the ball in midfield without much fight.
It's not been the season the skipper was hoping for, struggling to recover from a knee injury picked up in pre-season.
It's limited his pitch time and his ability to influence the game, but it's clear to see the difference Cairney brings to the pitch, even when he's only in second gear.
It's been a bit hit and miss for Norwood since arriving on loan from Brighton - his early season performances weren't what fans were expecting but he's gotten up to speed with the side and looks one of the better players in the past month.
Can be considered very unlucky not to be starting every week in the midfield at the moment.
His appearances have been limited to a small period against Burton and that's pretty much it.
His crosses weren't great in that game and we haven't been able to see him since, with Jokanovic not even selecting the Wolves loanee in the matchday squad.
Mollo has looked an interesting player in the moments we've seen him - he looks comfortable in possession and certainly has a trick or two about him.
For one reason or another, he's not been used as much as perhaps some fans would've liked, especially with Fulham's lack of attacking threat this season.
He always wants the ball when he's on the pitch and looks to attack his marker at every opportunity.
Another summer arrival, another player who hasn't quite made the step up to Championship level just yet.
Despite his build, he looked weak on the ball against Cardiff and was dispossessed far too easily when he should be able to hold his own physically against other players.
It's not been the start to his Fulham career he would've wanted - after scoring a good goal against Ipswich he's gone 11 games without scoring, which has seen him played in all sorts of positions.
I still feel he should be playing as the out and out striker, but at the moment his performances have not been good whatsoever.
Another of Fulham's forwards who are struggling with this season, he's not looked the same player as the previous campaign and is lacking attacking threat at the moment.
He looked like he was getting back into the swing of things against Aston Villa and Bolton but performances since just haven't been what the side were looking for.
Fans seemed not rate Ojo when he was playing, but it would seem that he was their biggest attacking threat before dislocating his shoulder and contributed more than people saw.
The stats show that the Liverpool loanee was Fulham's most dangerous player and I think he's been unlucky that his displays have coincided with a poor Fulham run of results, or he'd be getting more credit.
His second spell at Fulham started very well before a leg break against Leeds ruled him out for a long period, which was extremely unfortunate for both him and the side.
He looked very good and is perhaps the key to unlocking the attacking threat that Fulham carried last season - he could be back as early as December.
Kamara has the raw ability to make it at this level, but the 22-year-old needs a senior figure to help guide him through his first season in England.
A good display against Nottingham Forest and a well taken goal seems a long time ago now, with Kamara struggling in recent games to have any real impact or threat.