In a look ahead to a trip to his former club on Sunday, Paul Konchesky has said he’s eyeing reaching a century of appearances for Fulham.
It will be an achievement reaching 100 games for Fulham. It’s always a bit of a landmark playing that amount of games for a club. I’ve had a few clubs in the past but the only team I reached triple figures for was Charlton, where I spent eight seasons.
It feels like I have been a Fulham player for a lot longer than two-and-a-bit years. If anything, it feels like I’ve been with the Club for five or six. But that’s actually a good thing – it shows that I am settled here. But I would love to be here for that long, because I’ve loved every minute so far, and I can only see my time at the Club getting better.
The left back says he’s very happy at Craven Cottage.
My first two seasons have been totally different – I couldn’t have experienced two more contrasting campaigns. The first year I signed I thought that we would do well but we ended up having to battle it out until the end.
But then last year really confirmed what I had originally thought. With the players and staff that we have we should be looking at the top half of the table rather than the bottom. So last season’s transformation really didn’t surprise me. Hopefully my third year at the Club will be just as memorable.