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Fulham earned a first win in seven as they beat league leaders Derby County 2-0 thanks to an impressive performance at Craven Cottage.

Scott Parker starred in his return from injury, while Ross McCormack also impressed against a Rams side who had put 10 past them in two games this season.

Goals from Nikolay Bodurov and Cauley Woodrow were enough to secure three points and ease relegation fears for the West London Club.

After the game Woodrow took the oppurtunity to publically voice his faith in his manager , Kit Symons. He said: “A lot of us have played under Kit before, he’s been our manager at under-18s and under-21s, half the squad is from the academy, so we have got a lot of respect for Kit and he has a lot of respect for us.

“So we want to do as well as we can for the club and obviously for Kit as well.

“As soon as you start to lose a few games some fans are always going to say he’s not the man or the job.

“But as soon as you start winning a few games all the fans will be 100 per cent behind him, so I don’t think that is a really big issue. As long as we can keep winning games, they will be behind us.”