Willian is wary of facing a wounded Leeds United when Javi Gracia’s side come to Craven Cottage for the early kick off on Saturday lunchtime.

Leeds were beaten 5-1 at home by Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace and were pulled apart at will by Liverpool in a 6-1 defeat on Monday night to leave them just two points above the drop zone with seven games to play. But Willian, who scored his first Fulham goal when Marco Silva’s side came from behind to win in Yorkshire in the reverse fixture, isn’t counting any chickens.

The Brazilian winger said:

“As we know, in the Premier League there are no easy games to play, only difficult ones. And against Leeds it’s going to be a difficult game again. But we’re playing at home and we have to win this game, because we want to achieve something important for the club. We need to get as many points as we can, and we’ll see which position we’re going to finish in the league,” he stated. “We need to enjoy this moment, keep playing good football, and try to win the games that are coming up.”