Fulham manager martin Jol has insisted that he is not worried by his side’s poor form.

The Cottagers slipped to a 3-0 Premier League defeat to Tottenham over the weekend, leaving them winless in their last seven games.

To make matters worse, they have failed to score in three games, but Jol believes that his team should not be discouraged by recent results and that they are on target to achieve their aims for the season:

“We’re still only three points away from 20 and there are still three games to go before we’ve even reached the halfway point of the league program,” he is quoted by SkySports.

“Our target is always – like 10 or 12 other teams – to get to 40 points, so I’m not worried.

Jol is missing the likes of Brede Hangeland and Bryan Ruiz through injury and predicts a return to winning ways once his star names are back in action:

“Hangeland is coming back, Bryan Ruiz is coming back, so hopefully if everyone is on the board we can try to get back on the winning track.”

Two goals from Jermain Defoe and a long-range effort from Sandro saw the West Londoners slide to a home defeat at the hands of city rivals Tottenham at Craven Cottage.

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