Fulham manager Roy Hodgson was delighted with his team's performance in a comfortable 3-0 win over Burnley at Craven Cottage.
Goals from Danny Murphy, David Elm and Bobby Zamora set up a convincing victory and left Hodgson pleased with his side's all-round display.
He said:"I thought we worked well from the first to the last minute and we were good value for our victory.
"I thought the victory lay in the hard work and the quality of our defending. We gave them very little time and space to play and we used the ball wisely.
"We got everything right – the defending and attacking – and on a night like that, we would have been a tough nut to crack for any team.
"Getting Simon Davies and Bobby Zamora back was really important and both of them did very well to last as long as they did.
"It was nice to be able to substitute them fairly early on as well and not push them to the limit."