Ryan Fredericks believes there's no need not to be upbeat ahead of tonight's Play-off second leg tie against Reading despite drawing the home leg 1-1.
Slavisa Jokanovic's side travel to the Madejski Stadium tonight in the second leg as the league's second best away side face the side with the second best home record, with a place at Wembley in the Play-off final up for grabs, and believe it or not this will be the third time Fulham have made the trip up the M4.
The first game at the Mad Stad was called off at half time due to 'fog' on December 30, while Fulham lost the rearranged game 1-0 on January 24 thanks to a single Roy Beerens goal with Chris Martin missing a late penalty.
Fog shouldn't be a problem tonight and Fulham's right back is in good spirits ahead of Fulham's biggest game of the season so far, even joking that his side are getting sick of facing Reading.
He said: "We're getting sick of the sight of them! But hopefully this will be the last time we have to play them, and next season hopefully we'll be in a different league to them and won't have to play them for a while.
"One bad half isn't going to deter us from what we've been doing lately, we're still a very confident bunch of lads and if we go and carry out our game plan we shouldn't have a problem in the second leg.
"There's no reason not to be upbeat, we're all very confident that we will finish the season with promotion to the Premier League so you just got to work on what we've been doing the last few weeks and be ready for the second leg.
"The manager has the experience and we have a few players in there who have been promoted before so we can trust in the methods that he has set out and if we follow what he is doing we shouldn't have any problems."