An ambitious Sean Davis has targeted maximum points from Fulham’s final three games as the Whites look to finish a fine season in full throttle.

The industrious midfielder, a key part of Chris Coleman’s side since being reintegrated into the squad earlier this term, insists there is no pressure on the players as they approach the finishing straight of a campaign that has seen them surprise everybody. Davis told the club’s official website:

“Everybody knows what we’ve got to do. It’s quite relaxed, the only pressure we’re under is from ourselves and the manager. There’s no pressure coming from the media or anywhere outside the club. We’ve got three games left and we want to go into all three looking to win. Obviously we’ve still got to play Arsenal at home, but hopefully they’ll have their Championship party on the Saturday night before our game!

But before that we’ve got a hard match against Portsmouth who have done fantastically well over the last six or seven games. They now look to be safe from relegation but it’s always tough going to Fratton Park because they’ve got fantastic fans and it’s always a great atmosphere down there.”

Davis also can’t wait for Fulham to return to Craven Cottage, having championed the fans’ campaign to end the club’s exile at the home of neighbours Queens Park Rangers.

“I started my career at the Cottage and have had some great years there. It will be good to go back and the pitch will certainly be much better than Loftus Road. I’ve always believed that everyone needs their own ground – plus it’s closer to my house so it won’t take as long to get there!”