Ryan Sessegnon thinks Fulham are continually improving under Claudio Ranieri, but was frustrated not to beat Leicester City in midweek.
The Whites were responsible for two-thirds of the shots throughout the game, and Sessegnon is keen to see a more clinical edge.
“I think we were the better team,” he told fulhamfc.com. “We had more of the chances, and we should've taken them, really. We were solid defensively and looked a threat again going forward.
“You’ve seen in the last three games that Ranieri has been in charge that we’ve been very compact, very hard to beat and you could see Leicester were getting very frustrated.
“On the counter attack we looked dangerous, but we need to just put our chances away.
“Every game in this league is a hard game and we take each one step-by-step. It was a good team performance.
“I think we matched up with them really well and we’ll go again at [Manchester] United, which will be another tough game.
“We’ll take the positives from the game into the weekend and keep building.”
The atmosphere at Craven Cottage got louder and louder as the Fulham Faithful willed their team through the contest, and Sessegnon was keen to acknowledge the support.
“The fans were good again, same as Chelsea where they were brilliant,” he said. “They were brilliant and really pushed us right until the end, which helped us to almost nick the win.”