Slavisa Jokanovic insists his side have an obligation to raise their levels for the visit of Bristol City tonight after their Bolton performance.
Fulham struggled against the bottom side on Saturday and were rescued by a late Tom Cairney goal, which saw them take a share of the points for the fifth time this season at the Cottage.
Bristol, meanwhile, arrive in west London on a decent run of form, beating Crystal Palace and Sunderland in their last two games and the Fulham boss is expecting an aggressive test, and has pinpointed their threat from set pieces tonight.
“They will be aggressive and they will arrive in good form,” Jokanović said.
“They will arrive full of confidence and they will try to find a way to get chances by pressing our build-up and press us also when we lose possession.
“They will wait for set-pieces. In Aden Flint and Milan Djuric they have two players who are both over two metres tall. We expect a tough and physical situation and we have to be ready.
“We must concentrate. We have not suffered very much from set-pieces this season. We have done very well with dealing with them. We conceded one goal against John Terry but we don’t suffer like we used to one year ago.
“We must show a reaction after the Bolton game. We know we weren’t at a good enough level. We have not had good enough results at home, especially with what people have expected from us.
“We have to work hard to make our supporters more satisfied. After Bolton we have an obligation to raise our level to the best it can be.”