Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic has said that he was 'not satisfied' with his team's performance after they squandered a two-goal lead to draw with London rivals Queens Park Rangers yesterday afternoon.
The Cottagers looked to be in firm control of the contest thanks to goals from skipper Tom Cairney and Chelsea loanee Lucas Piazon, but the Hoops struck back through Massimo Luongo just before the break, before Pawel Wszolek made the most of sustained pressure with a late equaliser.
The result ultimately left Fulham third in the Championship table and with a new club record of 16 games unbeaten, but speaking after the game, Jokanovic insisted that he was more concerned about two dropped points than any records.
"We cannot be satisfied because I am not here for fighting for some records, I am here to win the games, we didn't win today and I cannot be satisfied," he told reporters.
"Personally for myself, it's not important but I must accept sometimes where we are not [giving our] best performance, we can lose some points after nine victories at home. We didn't win the game we cannot be satisfied but I must accept [this].
"We played little bit more emotion without being quiet and without finding our best level with so many forced mistakes and so many sloppy passes and where we damage ourselves. We didn't be comfortable enough and it's simple, we didn't be strong enough or lucky to find our best performance.
"For another side, after 45 minutes we deserved to win the game but the situation in the second 45 and at the end my point of view the result is completely fair."
Next up for Jokanovic's side is a trip to Norwich City on Good Friday.