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Chris Coleman is feeling a lot happier about his Fulham future.

Coleman has been in danger of the axe after a stuttering campaign which has seen them fall to the fringes of the relegation zone.

But, with fellow strugglers West Brom visiting the Cottage today, the Fulham boss says he has received nothing but support from his chairman, Mohamed Al Fayed.

Coleman said: “There’s never been a vote of confidence. I’ve never had that, thank God. Not once have I felt under pressure from the chairman or the directors who have been nothing but supportive.”

Striker Andy Cole is missing through suspension, and Sylvain Legwinski has a thigh strain.

So Coleman must decide whether to play Tomasz Radzinski up front or in a deeper role.