Fulham midfielder Eyong Enoh is determined to make up for the Whites’ last two home defeats against Chelsea and Arsenal when they face relegated Reading on Saturday.

The Royals’ demotion to the second tier was confirmed after they drew 0-0 with QPR – a result that also took Rangers down.

“The last two home games we lost against Chelsea and Arsenal so it will be a very important game as we look to get back that confidence,” he told the club’s official website. “We want to make the fans smile again and for us, as a team, it’s important to get that next win because it’s been a while.”

Last Saturday, the Whites were comfortably beaten by Everton at Goodison Park and the Cameroon international was unhappy with the performance.

“For me, the disappointing thing on Saturday was not just the result, it was the way we played,” he added. “We were not very good – we didn’t play compact, they put us under pressure, we couldn’t play our game and get comfortable on the ball. That’s the disappointing thing for us, that we couldn’t play our game.

“Honestly, I think we have more quality than we showed on Saturday with the kind of experience we have. We should have shown a bit more character because each and every one of us didn’t really show that much.

“You want to win every game and get that momentum. We’ve got a spirit in the team to win all the time, but I think, for us, it’s been missing in the last few games and we’ll have to fight and make sure we get it in the next game.”