Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri believes his side have improved since his appointment as manager last month.
Wednesday night’s 1-1 draw with Leicester at Craven Cottage leaves the club bottom of the Premier League on goal difference, but just a point from Huddersfield in 17th.
Despite the club’s lowly league position, Ranieri insists his side’s performances have improved since his arrival in West London.
“If you observe the three matches, we improved in every one,” Ranieri told the press ahead of last night’s draw against Leicester.
“I think we played three good matches. Of course, we are a work in progress. Last night, one point is much better than nothing.
“It’s not easy, because when you stay at the bottom of the table, it’s hard for confidence to be 100%. But if you get a couple of results, the confidence improves immediately, and I believe we can do this soon.”
Fulham have won one, lost one and draw one since the charismatic Italian took over at Craven Cottage, with their next fixture a trip to face Manchester United at Old Trafford this weekend.