Fulham captain Danny Murphy has called on Fulham to show the same level of performance in their next Premier League match as they did in the 6-0 demolition against Queens Park Rangers.
Although the skipper was pleased with the derby victory at Craven Cottage on Sunday, he was also realistic in his assessment by calling the win 'only three points'.
And Murphy expects Matin Jol's side to take their form straight into the next game when they travel to struggling Stoke on October 15th.
He said "On Sunday it all clicked, but let's not go overboard. They (QPR) had a bad day at the office and I'm sure they'll admit that but we did play some terrific stuff and it's a good foundation to move forward.
"It's only three points at the end of the day. That's seven games and seven points and really we feel like we should have done better than that.
"It's pleasing but we've got to be careful because you can get carried away with a 6-0 win.
"We've got Stoke City away next and that's as tough a place to go as anywhere and you can soon come down to earth with a bump if you think you're better than you are.
"We've got the international break now but we've got to make sure we go there with the same hunger and passion we showed against QPR on Sunday."