Brede Hangeland insists that Fulham aren’t scared of Manchester City ahead of Sunday’s trip to Eastlands.

Fulham travel to Manchester after recording their first league win in four attempts over Hull City on Monday and coming so close to a famous victory over Roma on Thursday night. Roy Hodgson will be looking to prevent some of City’s big-money signings, like Carlos Tevez and Gareth Barry, from controlling the game but Hangeland says Fulham will have no fear.

When we are playing our best we can go anywhere and get something and that’s a good feeling to have even when we go to difficult places like Man City. No-one is going to give me sleepless nights but obviously they have four or five world-class strikers so there won’t be a single one that we’ll have to look after.

It should be a really good match. They have signed a lot of big-name players so they have done well like they expected so it will obviously be a tough game.

We have won two years in a row up there so if we can do it again that would be fantastic but they have a fantastic side and we will try and get something from there.