Kevin McDonald wants to make Craven Cottage a place visiting teams fear once again after a torrid home campaign so far this season.
Fulham have won just once at the Cottage in eight games - a 2-1 victory over Hull in September - while drawing five of those games, including a last minute comeback against then-bottom side Bolton.
Compare that to last season, where Slavisa Jokanovic's side won ten of the 23 home games, losing just five of their games on home turf - Fulham need to lost just three more homes to already match that this time around.
McDonald is under no illusions about their home form and he believes the side to mark their territory and make the Cottage a place people fear again.
He said:"We keep saying the same things every week when we're playing at home, we have to mark our territory and we need to make this a place people come to fear and we aren't doing that right now.
"There's no reason for it - the fans are behind us for 90 minutes, the fans have stuck behind us and they're entitled to their opinion, they can boo or they can do what they want but we need to realise that it's such a great opportunity - no one wants to come here and play.
"We have a real good team but we just need to be more confident and brave, the wins will come."
One thing that is apparent this season is that everyone is capable of beating anybody else, but the vice-captain thinks that is part of the beauty of the Championship.
He added: "It's kind of annoying to be honest, sometimes you think 'ah we have a chance of winning here' and you end up drawing so it's annoying, but that's the beauty of the Championship, it's a real good league but a tough one to play in.
"It's enjoyable week-in, week-out, you play some different challenges every week and enjoy it."