Fulham goalkeeper Andy Lonergan has pleaded with the fans to keep the faith after the Whites failed to win again.

Kit Symons faced calls for his head before a late Cauley Woodrow equaliser rescued a point against Huddersfield at Craven Cottage on Saturday. Fulham have not won any of their first four league matches this season and were reliant on a string of fine Lonergan saves to prevent the Terriers building a comfortable cushion in south west London.

Lonergan, standing in impressively for the injured Marcus Bettinelli, told the Daily Mirror: “Stick with us. We’ve signed Tim Ream who I know from personal experience over the last three years and players like that will improve the team. It is a new team but we’ve got to gel and I think we will do.

It’s disappointing. We had great expectations coming into the game but we didn’t perform as well as we should. When we reflect, that last minute goal could be vital for us to kick on and give us a bit of a belief on the positive side.”