Brentford head coach Dean Smith paid tribute to Fulham counterpart Slavisa Jokanovic ahead of the two sides meeting at Craven Cottage on Saturday.
The Serbian boss has taken the Whites from a side languishing at the bottom of the Championship since their relegation from the Premier League three seasons ago to one that is considered favourites for promotion, despite currently sitting in sixth place.
And Smith has been impressed by the style of football Fulham play under Jokanovic.
The Brentford boss said: “He's done a fantastic job and has got them playing some really flowing attractive football.
“I saw them against Huddersfield at the Cottage and they won 5-0 and could have won by more. We know the dangers of being open against them.”
Tom Cairney is set to sweep the board at the club's end of season awards but Smith also hailed Stefan Johansen, Kevin McDonald as well as Sone Aluko.
He added: “I don't think you can single Cairney out. Johansen has done well. McDonald has done well. I certainly like Sone Aluko – his pace has been a constant threat to the opposition.”