Slavisa Jokanovic has demanded his team be more aggressive going forward when Fulham return from the international break.

Although the Whites have only failed to score in three games since losing the 40-goal contributions of Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele over the summer.

Nevertheless, manager Jokanovic would still like to see his side put away more of the chances they create if they are to avoid their season going south.

He said: “We lost over 40 goals and tried to find a solution for this problem. How we have to find the solution is simple, we have to go back to basic level, be disciplined, organised and believe in future goals are going to arrive.

“It’s not normal that we make many chances, we make many shots, we make many things but we don’t put in the net.

“We bring the ball in the last third many times. Against Bristol (City) we lose 4-0 but we shoot 15 times in the first 45 minutes. It’s not normal, it’s a case of being patient, and very soon we will put the ball into the net

“I don’t want any of my players under pressure to score goals. We have to play with patience and probably be a bit more aggressive in the final third where we have the chances.”