Neeskens Kebano admitted he couldn’t have dreamt of a better afternoon after Fulham put Nottingham Forest to the sword at the City Ground today.

The Congolese winger scored Fulham’s third of four as the Whites returned to the automatic promotion places with a resounding win over Steve Cooper’s in-form side. Kebano told FFCTV after the final whistle that the professional performance made for the perfect away day.

That was what we were aiming for. We’re very happy. Four goals and a clean sheet – you couldn’t dream a better dream! It’s good for us. We just need to keep on building towards what we want to do.

Kebano was modest about his own impact since returning to Marco Silva’s starting eleven – even if he felt pleased to score his first Fulham goal since securing a place in the play-off final back in 2020.

“It is about time! I got my goal but the most important thing is the victory and what we are building so we have to carry on that path. It’s good to be in the starting line up. I try to do my best every minute I’ve been given. Today, I’m happy.

The 29 year-old revealed that work on how to take on promotion rivals West Brom will resume at Motspur Park in the coming week, with an immediate focus on recuperation after three big wins in the space of eight days.

We’ll do all the analysis in the upcoming days. We’ll have fresh minds to get the right things to do put them in trouble. Now, it is time to rest. We just came out of a difficult week with a game every three days. We need to refresh our minds and we will go again.