Denis Odoi wants Fulham to go out and play their attacking brand of football in their play-off semi-final against Reading and reckons it will be an interesting tie for the neutral.
The two teams face each other at Craven Cottage on Saturday in the first leg before attentions turn to the Madejski Stadium on Tuesday night as the sides battle for a place in the play-off final at Wembley.
Ahead of the game, the 28-year-old has drawn comparisons between the way both teams play, with both Slavisa Jokanovic and Jaap Stam building their sides on an attacking philosophy, and Odoi believes that Fulham must take the game to Reading as defending a lead is not something they do too well at.
He said: "We can be satisfied with the season so far, we've managed to obtain our goal and now we have three games left to go further.
"I think there are three similar teams, then you have Sheffield Wednesday - Huddersfield, Reading and us are teams that try to play a lot of football from the back so in that way I think it will be an interesting game from a neutral perspective.
"I think it will be two sides who play offensive football, I think maybe from their side they will not be afraid and know what we can bring to the table and will be very conscience about our strengths.
"We have to try to win our games at home and hopefully get as many goals and not concede any, then we can go to reading and try to defend a positive result but I think everybody knows defending a lead is not something that suits our style of play.
"We also try to play attacking football so we will start with the game at Craven cottage and do as well as possible.