Fulham midfielder Simon Davies has warned Tottenham that Fulham will be out to prove just what a “dangerous team” they are in Saturday’s London derby at a sold-out Craven Cottage.
Mark Hughes’ men are unbeaten in the Barclays Premier League this season, but also have managed only one victory from seven matches.
Manchester United were held to a 2-2 draw at Craven Cottage back in August and Davis maintains Harry Redknapp’s Champions League hopefuls will be in for similar treatment.
“We look a really dangerous team and it has been a shame that we have not gone on and won a couple more games, but the longer the season goes on, the better I am sure we will become,” Davis said.
“Spurs have got some great individual players, as they always have had, but they are really playing as a team now – that is why they are doing so well in the league and in the Champions League.
“It is going to be a tough game, but we have done all right against them over the last few years. “The Cottage is a difficult place to come to and hopefully we can keep our home form going.”