Fulham’s goalscoring hero Hugo Rodallega says next weekend’s crunch relegation clash with Norwich City has taken on the significance of a Cup final.

The Colombian striker revived Fulham’s hopes of avoiding the drop with a late header that clinched a crucial victory at Villa Park on Saturday afternoon and his attention has already turned to the task of beating the Canaries, who sacked manager Chris Hughton last night, on Saturday. The 28 year-old says confidence is high in the Fulham camp.

We have to believe. Everything is possible when you believe and you work hard on the pitch. We have to keep going until the last game.

I am happy to help the team against Villa because I waited a long time for  the opportunity. The Norwich game is like a final for us now.