Tim Ream is eager to put the disappointment from Saturday’s game behind him as his full focus is now switched to getting a result at Millwall on Friday.
Fulham were leading Brentford on Saturday thanks to a second-half Aleksandar Mitrović goal however Neal Maupay netted an equaliser four minutes into added time.
“They threw everything at us at the end and up until Saturday we have dealt with that pretty well but on Saturday we didn’t,” responded Ream.
“Everyone is going to be disappointed, we were in there trying to figure out how we drew the game and gave up a goal late on.
“It’s one of those, it’s football, we’ve done it to teams this year and they’re not the first team to do it to us.
“It’s one of those things you deal with, you live with, it’s an unfortunate goal but we have to move on from it and we go again on Friday,” said Ream.
With three games left to play Fulham are one point behind Cardiff who now occupy second spot with a game in hand and Ream knows that there is an emphasis to pick up maximum points in the remaining fixtures.
Ream said: “There’s no two ways about it. We know what the situation is and we know that starting with Millwall on Friday night we have to win and there’s no getting around that.
“Saturday evening was tough to take but we’ve drawn games in this run so it’s a game we have to now put behind us and get ready for Millwall.
“We’ve shown a mental toughness throughout this entire run, just because we concede in the 94th minute doesn’t mean we’re not mentally tough, it’s just a matter of dusting ourselves down and going again.
“We’ve proven in the last couple of games that we don’t have to play nice football or turn on the style as much as we would like to, and we haven’t done in the last three games and we ground out wins but today just wasn’t one of those days.”