Michael Dawson has warned his Tottenham team-mates to keep an eye on the former Tottenham players who will be keen to prove a point in Saturday’s FA Cup quarter final at Fulham.

Spurs have just won one of their last nine games at Craven Cottage and Fulham skipper Danny Murphy and in-form striker Bobby Zamora will be hoping to extend that run. Midfielder Simon Davies, who enjoyed a successful spell at White Hart Lane before joining Everton, is also in contention to start on Saturday night.

We went to Fulham on Boxing Day and whenever you go there it’s always tough, but we went there a few years ago in the FA Cup and had a good win. Hopefully we’ll have another good win there at the weekend, but we know it will be a difficult game.

Simon Davies was at Tottenham when I first came to the club, and Murph [Danny Murhpy] was here as well. I’ve played with Bobby [Zamora] at England Under-21 level but not when he was at Tottenham. They’re good players and we know they’re a good team.

Bobby’s definitely one of the in-form strikers in the Premier League at the moment. Whenever you play against him you know it’s going to be a tough. He’s certainly on fire at the moment, scoring some good goals. I think you look at the way he holds the ball up, his goalscoring, he’s a top player. You come up against so many of them in the Premier League so it’s going to be another good test.