Fulham defender Brede Hangeland reckons this is the strongest Fulham squad he's ever known.
Victory over Liverpool on Monday night hauled Martin Jol's men up to 13th in the table - five points clear of the drop zone ahead of tomorrow's trip to Swansea City.
The Whites recorded their highest-ever top-flight finish and reached the Europa League final under former boss Roy Hodgson.
But Norwegian defender Hangeland, who moved to SW6 four years ago, insists the current crop at Craven Cottage has even more potential.
He said "I think the squad we have now is the strongest since I've been here, in terms of depth and quality.
"There's not that many injuries and we've bought a few new players. There's competition all over the pitch."
Fulham face a big month with Premier League clashes with Manchester United and Chelsea, while they also have a Europa League showdown against Odense with qualification in the balance.
And Hangeland admits December will be vital for the Whites.
"We have difficult games coming up but I think the way we've played against Liverpool and Arsenal have shown it doesn't matter who we play because we're just as likely to pick up points," he said.
"The more games there is the more important that month will be, and December is be one of the busiest ones.
"But we're confident we're moving in the right direction with five points from the last three games."
Fulham looked like they have finally turned the corner after a frustrating start to the season.
However, Hangeland is refusing to set any targets.
He added: "We're not even talking about the top 10 at the moment. We're talking about trying to get away from where we are in the league."