Slavisa Jokanovic has urged his Fulham side to play with confidence with Ipswich looking to put a further dent in their play-off aspirations.
The Whites are one of the best, if not the best, footballing sides in the Championship when they are allowed to play their football.
However, opponents have sought to press Fulham's defence high up and Derby drew mistakes from them in their 4-2 win over the west Londoners on Tuesday night, leading to some fans suggesting that the boss doesn't have a strong enough plan B.
Ipswich are expected to deploy the same tactics when the two teams meet at Craven Cottage on Saturday and Jokanovic will look to solve the solution.
He said: “We must be brave and play with confidence. If you believe our solution is to start playing long ball and not use midfield players, I don't believe it's our best solution.
“This situation is a legal part of football. We must choose and interpret this moment and what we must do.
“It's not a question of plan A, plan B or C. It's a question about what solution you can find in a different moment.
“If I believe plan B is not better than plan A we'll find a way for victory with plan A.”
Former Brentford boss, and one-time Fulham manager target, Mark Warburton once said that plan B was to do plan A better.
When asked if this was what Jokanovic subscribed to, he replied: “All the teams have different squads and it's nice when you can find plans A, B, C and this plan is working and can give you benefits to win the game.
“For different sides, we know it's one football game. It's not all on the same line. There will be complicated moments during the game.
“We must be available for working. From another side, it's our style that brings us many minutes of possession and this situation is good.
“We must work with enough desire and take the best decision in different moments.”
Fulham have to win against Ipswich to, at the very least, keep pace with the top six and Jokanovic knows the Tractor Boys will provide a stern test.
He explained: “Ipswich is a team who haven't lost many games – they played very well against Wigan and won three points.
“They are a team who aren't in a danger zone from a relegation battle. They'll go into the game with confidence and desire to win the game.
“Ipswich with Mick McCarthy are always very intense and a strong team. We expect they will push hard and press us stronger and not give us much space.
“We must be confident in what we want to do during the game and find our way of playing football.”