True to style - Fulham's head coach reckoned two points got away rather than one gained in the 1-1 draw at Ipswich.

In all fairness to Slavisa Jokanovic, his side was headed to only a second league win on the road midweek this season until the 91st minute when victory slipped through his fingers.

Jonas Knudsen cancelled out Moussa Dembele's tremendous strike to deflate the Whites boss - but not as bad as Friday night and the 5-0 hammering at Brighton.

“We are a little bit disappointed because we won only one point,” Jokanović admitted to the club's website. “I’m disappointed about the late goal conceded.

“Generally I believe my team deserved to go back to London today with a clean sheet.

"At the end I can be satisfied with the fighting spirit and how my team tried to win this game. We offered a different face to what we offered last Friday night in Brighton.”

“It can be good for us because we cannot be relaxed,” he explained. “We didn’t make many important things this season and we need to keep going and try to finish this competition in style.

“We cannot be tired; we cannot be satisfied.

"It’s not an especially important season on the back of us, and it’s important for us to be at the right level for the next game that we’re going to play against Forest.”

Fulham bounce back to claim point at Ipswich thanks to Moussa Dembele

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