Fulham stopper David Button has admitted that clean sheets and three points are two things that have been "too rare for our liking" this season.
The Whites backed up their extraordinary 5-4 win at Sheffield United on Tuesday with a hard-fought 1-0 win at home to Millwall yesterday.
And goalkeeper Button is hoping it can be the start of something.
He said: "The more clean sheets we get gives us a great chance to win the game with the attacking players we've got, it's something we'd like more of, but playing the way we play doesn't always happen.
"I hope there's a run brewing, we're taking it a game at a time, but with quality in the squad there's no reason why we can't put a run together.
"In this league, everyone knows the type of football we can play, but sometimes we've got to do the other side of it and I thought we did it really well, stood up to their long balls, big strikers, and credit to the team.
"We know what Millwall are about, they stick to their gameplan very well, they're a big team, a physical team, they're going to cause teams problems playing like that, but we stood up to them, and got the result.
"Both of those things [three points and clean sheets] have been too rare for our liking this season."