Layvin Kurzawa admits his goal in Fulham’s third round victory over Hull City has whetted the appetite for an FA Cup run.

The French full back opened the scoring with a predatory strike at the MKM Stadium and he is hoping to continue his golascoring exploits against Sunderland at Craven Cottage tomorrow. Kurzawa, on loan from PSG, told the club’s official website:

“I was very, very happy to score and win with the team. It was my first time with Fulham. I hope tomorrow we can win again and if I can score, I will be very happy. All my career I have scored so many goals but it’s not my first job. My first job is to defend and help the team.

“It’s a big game for us and for Sunderland. The FA Cup is a big cup but tomorrow we need to win and progress. I’m happy progress my family will be there for the first time so I need to enjoy it and win tomorrow. Big crowd, big stadium, very good atmosphere. We just need to win and enjoy. Win, win, win, win, win.”

The France international admits he is enjoying life in London and at Fulham specifically having started to feature in the first team more regularly after overcoming his injury worries.

“I feel very good here. London, Fulham, is a very good area. My family – we feel good here. I’ve waited for this moment since a long time. Now I play, not every game but I try to enjoy when I play. It was my first ninety minutes [against Newcastle] for a long time. We played against a very strong team, so I was very happy.”