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Chris Coleman has called on his Fulham side to improve their performances and fight to finish in the top ten of the Premier League this season.

The Fulham boss isn’t content with just coasting over the line now that relegation fears have been eased at Craven Cottage and he sees Saturday’s derby against Charlton as a good opportunity to pick up three points.

“I want to see us up in that top ten and it’s possible for us to do that. I don’t want to finish fourth or fifth from bottom, I want to get in that mid-table and into that top half. To get 50 points we need to have a good end of season, if we continue the January or February form, we’ll be ok. We’re six or seven points down on where we were at this point in the season last year. We’ve scored six goals less than last year but we’ve conceded much more goals – that’s what’s been holding us back.

We’re running out of games and I can’t keep sitting here asking us to start performing. We’ve got to start producing more often than not.”