Ola Aina says Fulham must keep working hard as they bid to escape the drop this season in the Premier League.
Fulham have picked four points from their last two Premier League games against Everton and Fulham to give themselves a chance of staying up.
Few days ago, the Whites sat 10 points adrift of Premier League safety but are now six points of 17th-placed Newcatle United
Scott Parker’s men welcome Sheffield United to Craven Cottage on Saturday, another opportunity to further cut down the gap on Newcastle United who face Manchester United the following day at Old Trafford
Aina is convinced the tide will start to turn in Fulham’s favour if they stay positive as he told FFCtv: “We have to keep the belief there, keep the stamina that we’ve been showing in the past couple of months and just keep plugging away.
“It will give way, we’ve just got to stay positive. We just have to pull through this as a team because we know what our end goal is and we know what we want.
“I know myself and everyone else is a bit disappointed (with the draw at Burnley). We thought we could come here and win, and there were moments in the game where I thought we were actually in the ascendancy. It was just a tough game but it’s good we didn’t lose and we come away with a point.”