Fulham manager Martin Jol has set Fulham an ambitious target following their shock Europa League exit.
Jol’s side go into tomorrow’s home game with the Premier League’s bottom club, Bolton, just three points clear of the drop zone in 15th place. With a win Fulham can move up to 11th spot.
The manager said: “I will try to get this club in the top 10 and then in the top eight, and maybe the top six. That’s my mission.
“We have to fight until the end of the season. Hopefully, we’ll get 40 points as soon as possible.”
Jol is seeking to promote the positives of recent domestic performances, including those he saw in last week’s loss at Swansea.
“Even in that match, after a bad first half, we pushed forward and created four or five chances,” he said.
“We’re always on the fringe of doing something and sometimes it comes off, like it has against Arsenal, Wigan, Sunderland and Liverpool. We’re a good team.”