Marco Silva insists Fulham won’t get carried away despite climbing into the Premier League’s top six with a win over Nottingham Forest last night.

Fulham’s come-from-behind success at the City Ground meant the Whites, one of the pre-season relegation favourites, have now recorded their second best ever start to a Premier League campaign by taking eleven points from their first seven fixtures – a haul only excelled by the fourteen Fulham collected under Chris Coleman in 2003/04. Silva, though, is keen to everyone’s feet on the ground.

The Fulham head coach told the BBC:

“Our start has been really good. As well some games in the beginning of the season we should have got more points because we deserved it. But it is just seven games. It is the start of the season. We go into the international break with confidence then we prepare for the next one. A lot of fights ahead of us. We are happy with how we started but we have to keep going.”