Fulham manager Chris Coleman wants his players to get loud and angry at West Ham tomorrow night.

The Fulham manager has seen the passion drain out of his team in their last two matches as complacency has crept in.

They lost 2-1 at Wolves on Saturday and performed poorly in the goalless FA Cup draw against Alan Pardew’s side nine days ago.

Coleman knows his team are already close to safety in the Premiership but sees the replay of that fifth round tie at Upton Park as a chance to prove their season is not over.

He said: “I think we need to start upsetting each other more. I don’t want a team of mutes.

“It is a big game against West Ham and even if they turn us over I want to see some desire from my boys and a bit of passion because we have not shown much recently.”