Fulham defender Scott Malone has hailed Slavisa Jokanovic's summer recruitment.
Malone was one of the new acquisitions , moving to Craven Cottage in a straight swap deal for Ashley Richards.
The 25-year-old has played in five of Fulham's games this season while 16-year-old Ryan Sessegnon has featured four times in the same position.
It somewhat helped the teenage talent's cause he scored a point-saving equaliser against Burton last night for 1-1 in the 93rd minute, just when it looked as if a second home defeat in four days was on the cards.
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Malone and Sessegnon are fighting it out for a Fulham first team berth, and it's the same elsewhere in the Whites' squad.
But Malone believes the competition will help push the Cottagers to meet or exceed their aims this season.
"Yeah we've now got 20, 25 plus players now who have all got 100 plus games on their CV, aside from those like Sess (Sessegnon)," he said.
"You are playing for your position, week in, week out. If you are not up to it, you can not moan.
"No one can get out now until January - it is a good rule to bring in, it means everyone has got to fight, there is no moaning and everyone works day to day, everyone gives 100%."
His hands were tied for his first transfer window - with the Whites enduring a transfer ban in January - and he was restricted to loans or free transfers.
And Malone reckons Fulham's new-found speed will help change their fortunes dramatically.
"The gaffer has added to the squad really well, he's bought pace, something I think was missing last year," he added.
"There was a bit of pace, but now we've added lots of pace to the team. We keep the ball, we attack quite well.
"All that, the day to day activity, the recovery, training, the tactical element - it is spot on."