The Denmark international insists that his side "will take a lot of points” in their next three games in the Premier League and drag themselves out of the relegation zone.
believes that despite a hecticPremier League
have “no fear” of facingTottenham
, andManchester City
The 1-1 draw againstCrystal Palace
was the Cottagers’ fifth unbeaten game, which has seen them three points adrift of Newcastle in the 17th in their fight to escape relegation.
In the next two weeks,
’s squad will get ready to fight three big clubs, going against Spurs first on Thursday and the 24-year-old insists that the results can be surprising.
It is not the end of the world, we need to continue and I am sure we will take a lot of points,
" the Danish defender said. "
We are really difficult to beat.
"There is no need to show fear, we know and we have showed all season that no matter who we are playing we can show a good performance. Last time we played them I feel we could have won so let's go win on Thursday.
"We should have won by two or three goals [against Palace]. It is really frustrating but again a really positive performance and something we need to build on. We have to believe the goals will come and they will."
Fulham’s coach agreed with the Danish defender, stating that the clash against Tottenham is going to be a great chance for them to step out of the relegation zone.
I see points coming from the next game,
" said Parker. "
I believe in this team and the team believes as well. I believe we can beat Spurs. We can go into the Thursday game and cause them problems."
The general agreement on Fulham is that the head coach has put them back on the right track, with their form being hard to beat in the past few weeks. Josh Maja’s recruitment has also benefited the Cottagers.
There are 12 matches left for Fulham to play and they are going to put up a fight against Tottenham, Liverpool, and City who are expected to win.
Spurs were defeated in their last three games, while Liverpool were vanquished in four games out of five. City are the ones who may test Parker’s side with their unbeaten run of 20 games.