Fulham FC manager Scott Parker has hailed his charges following their 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday night.
Harry Kane had given the hosts a 25th-minute lead but Ivan Cavaliero's second-half header ensured that Fulham walked out of the Spurs Stadium with a draw.
Speaking after the game, Parker said: "I thought we were outstanding tonight from start to finish, performance-wise, with the ball, everything.
"No one really knows what we have been through the last couple of weeks, players out there tonight who have had one day of training, I am proud because of how we played in the circumstances but I am even more proud of them because we showed real quality tonight.
"The second half, the way the game was going I felt the second goal was coming. You have someone on the pitch there like Ademola Lookman who carves chances out of nothing. All-round I thought our general play tonight was superb. I am very, very pleased.”
The results mean that only Manchester United (11) and Manchester City (8) are now on longer unbeaten runs than Fulham (5) in the Premier League