Steve Sidwell determined on Fulham survival

Fulham's Steve Sidwell celebrates after scoring his team's third goal against Norwich during their FA Cup third round replay match on January 14, 2014
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Steve Sidwell calls on his Fulham teammates to win their relegation battle by taking maximum points from their remaining six games.

Fulham midfielder Steve Sidwell has called on his teammates to win their Premier League relegation battle by taking maximum points from their remaining six games.

The Cottagers have endured a testing campaign and sit rooted to the foot of the table, five points adrift of safety, and Sidwell insists that the Londoners must do "whatever it takes" to retain their top-flight status.

He told The Mirror: "There have been a lot of bruises and injections. But it doesn't compare to the feeling of potentially waking up with an 'R' for relegation next to your name.

"There are six games to go and by hook or by crook, I want to win them. It doesn't matter how, we have to do whatever it takes."

Live commentary for Fulham's away trip to Aston Villa can be found here.

Fulham's Steve Sidwell celebrates after scoring his team's third goal against Norwich during their FA Cup third round replay match on January 14, 2014
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