Kenny Tete believes Fulham are ‘on the right track’ as they attempt to avoid relegation from the top flight.

The Dutch defender feels that Scott Parker’s can approach tomorrow night’s meeting with Premier League leaders Manchester City in good heart, having lost just once in their last seven fixtures. Tete told the club’s official website:

“I feel we played a lot of good games without getting good results. Everything is going well and the results are starting to get better, and we’re on the right track. We have to stay together, we have to keep believing, and it will come.”

Tete knows that Pep Guardiola’s side will represent the toughest possible test at Craven Cottage – but believes the win at Anfield shows Fulham can put Parker’s plans into practice effectively.

“It’s going to be hard, but Liverpool was hard, too. We’re playing at home and we’ve had all week to discuss how we’re going to do it. We’ve had all week to train ahead of the next match. I feel good, the team feels good as well, so we’re ready. We have to stay together, we have to keep believing, and it will come.”

The 25 year-old can draw on his own positive memories against Manchester City, having helped his former side Olympique Lyonnais win their Champions League quarter final against the Citizens as a substitute last year.

“That was a great game to be honest. We knew them already as we played the season before against them and we also had two good results. They were a really good opponent for Lyon in that time! It was hard to come in but it was a great game and we did so well.”