Ryan Fredericks says Fulham haven't written themselves off and are confident going into the second leg after their 1-1 draw in their Play-off first leg tie.
Jordan Obita gave Readng the lead before Tom Cairney capitalised on a mistake by Ali Al-Habsi to nod in the equaliser in a game where Jaap Stam's side did a job on the hosts.
They didn't allow Fulham to play their usual style of football and pressured them high up the pitch, not allowing them time nor the ability to use the wings in either half.
The one time they did, however, Scott Malone found the cross that lead to the Fulham goal and Fredericks is confident his side can still do the job, despite going up against a side who have only lost twice at home all season.
He said: "We haven't written ourselves off and we have the second best away form in the league and they're going to have to come out.
"We're good on the counter attack and the game is still widely open and we fancy ourselves going into the second leg.
"The last ten games or so we've been playing the style the gaffer wants and beaten most teams we've played so as long as we keep playing our game and doing what we work on in training we shouldn't have any problems winning it.
"They set up well and I think they slowed it down whenever they had the chance, they're probably thinking they'd take a draw from the game and take it back to their place and will be confident.
"We knew we were in for a tough game, they finished third in the league for a reason and I have full respect for Reading and how they set up and play but it's our job to go and beat them."