ZOLTAN GERA admits he's been a flop at Fulham - but has promised fans there's much more to come.
The 29-year-old has failed to make the grade since his switch from West Brom last summer, and lost his place on the left flank to Clint Dempsey earlier this season.
However, the Hungarian international came off the bench to clinch a famous win against Manchester United last weekend.
And Gera hopes his wonder-goal will kick-start his Craven Cottage career, and finally show Whites fans what he can do.
He said: "I'm not happy with myself. I should play much better than I have. I don't know why I haven't shown my best for the club, but I hope it will turn.
"The fans haven't seen the best of me. I can do a lot more, and that's why I'm frustrated. I signed for a new club and I need to show my best.
"I had a chance earlier in the season, but I didn't play good enough to keep my place. Clint has come in and played very well. He's scored a lot of important goals, so it's diffi-cult to get back in, but I'm working on it. My priority is to get back in the team and keep my place."
Gera ranks Saturday's win against Sir Alex Ferguson's champions as the best of his career.
The victory brought them to within one point of seventh spot, which would be good enough for a Europa League spot if one of the top-four clubs wins the FA Cup.
And Gera insists they've got nothing to fear in their quest for a place in the revamped UEFA Cup, despite facing Liverpool, Chelsea and Aston Villa in the run in.
"Before the season we said we didn't want relegation," he said.
"I think it's a better season than last, and we can play now with freedom.
"We would like to stay in the top 10 and push on to Europe, but we know there's lots of good teams.
"We can play with no fear. If we play well we can beat almost anybody."