MARTIN Jol has urged Fulham fans to forget Bobby Zamora and concentrate on beating QPR at the weekend instead.
The England frontman could be in for a hot reception from more than 3,000 visiting fans at Loftus Road after quitting Craven Cottage for W12 on transfer deadline day.
However, Jol wants Fulham fans to channel their support in helping them end a miserable run of just one win on the road all season.
He said: "I mean Bobby deserves praise because he played for us and was a very good servant for the club.
"Hopefully the QPR fans will think the same of him in a few years. I always want to focus our fans on our team.
"We have a lot of supporters going there, we focus on that and we will focus on our away form because that is not great. Hopefully we can change that.
"If you look at the form positively, you can say we didn't lose six out of the 12 away games but it is not the best away form.
"Hopefully we can change that and make it a structural thing on winning away."