Mark Schwarzer believes that Fulham always have the chance to pick up three points at home, no matter what opposition the Cottagers come across.
Fulham are currently 15th in the Barclays Premier League table, and while they have lost three matches away, the side have only conceded one at home.
And Martin Jol's side, who came back from 2-0 down against Manchester City to draw 2-2 with the league leaders at the start of the season, have a chance against any opposition when they’re at home, according to Schwarzer.
"There are some teams out there with fantastic players and you've got to show teams the utmost respect but anything can happen and we give ourselves every opportunity of getting a result," Schwarzer said.
"That has been the case ever since I have been at the club, whoever came to play us at Craven Cottage we've always felt we were with a chance."
Fulham are having to keep up top form in both the Barclays Premier League and in Europe, which is difficult enough for a top four side.
The club have a tough upcoming schedule, facing Wisla Krakow on Thursday night, followed by Tottenham Hotspur at Craven Cottage on Sunday.
Schwarzer will no doubt be hoping that the side’s home form can work as an advantage, with Spurs currently boasting six wins from seven matches.
Meanwhile, reports are circulating that Fulham are tracking the progress of Celtic full-back Mark Wilson and Hibernian defender Paul Hanlon, with a January move for the pair to south London on the cards.