Fulham striker Brian McBride says The Cottagers are looking to finish their Premiership season on a high note.

The West Londoners can secure their top-flight status with a point against Wigan on Monday, but the United States international believes his team-mates have no intention of playing for a draw.

“We’re concentrating on the last games. We’re definitely not looking forward to the end,” said McBride.

“We’ve got two away games left and two home games left. We really want to go out and win every single one of them.”

Fulham are yet to win away from home in The Premiership and McBride is at a loss to explain their poor form away from Craven Cottage.

The Cottagers have two games to secure an elusive away win with trips to Manchester City and Sunderland remaining on their schedule.

“I wish I could,” said McBride when asked why Chris Coleman’s men have yet to taste success on the road.

“I think everybody here is really concentrating on trying to set that right.

“It’s not down to lack of effort. I think sometimes we need to believe a little bit more.

“Look at some of the goals people have scored away from home against us. They’ve been pretty spectacular goals.

“Maybe we need to close down the ball further up field.”