Fulham boss Kit Symons is convinced his players are "heading in the right direction" but warned they still have much to do following their 2-1 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion.Loan signing Darren Bent gave Brighton the lead at the Amex Stadium, but second-half goals from Hugo Rodallega and Lasse Vigen Christensen gave Symons his sixth win in a dozen Sky Bet Championship games since taking over.
Fulham were rooted to the bottom of the Championship with only one point from their opening seven matches when Symons took charge, and he believes his men are capable of improvement in all areas.
The former Wales international said: "We will keep trying to improve on every aspect of the game. We want to get up in a decent place and are certainly going in the right direction.
"In this league you're never out of a relegation battle until you're safe and the players must not be complacent. You can get sucked into a scrap and I've seen both sides of it."
"The boys showed real good character after we didn't start well. We weren't clinical enough but our two strikers were excellent in the second half."