BREDE Hangeland says Fulham are back on course for a top 10 finish after their disappointing three game blip.
The team's first goals for four games brought them a 2-1 win over Norwich City and the big defender said it could be a pivotal result in the run in.
“We are thinking about finishing as high as possible and three games with no points dented that plan a little bit,” Hangeland said.
“It's been a tough couple of weeks after a very good run, things didn't seem to go our way. Away at Villa and Man United, we could have nicked something, and obviously we had a real slip up at home to Swansea, so it was nice to get the points again.
“Now we'll try and collect as many points as we can between now and the end of the season and hopefully get into that top 10.”
Although Fulham started well, they were left hanging on by the end and Hangeland admits the Whites were struggling at times.
“Part it is psychological, when you are protecting a lead, but hey obviously had nothing to lose at the end and we looked a bit tired after using a lot of energy in the first half,” he said.
“Sometimes it's the case that you let in late goals, but luckily we managed to hold on.”