The Whites' midfielder pointed to the club's strong home record, which has seen them lose just three games at Craven Cottage this season.
“We’re not thinking about Bolton – we’re thinking about us,” Etuhu told the club's official website. “Respect to Bolton because they’ve done really well this season. We played at their place earlier on in the season and we got a draw in what was a tough game.
“Their manager, Owen Coyle, has done really well but when they come to our patch it’s not going to be easy for them. We’re playing at home and everyone knows Fulham are a good team at home.
With 39 points, Fulham are currently 14th in the table but a win tonight would propel them back into the top ten. Kickoff at Craven Cottage is at 20.00.