If you were chilled to the bone on the way up to Craven Cottage on Tuesday evening, I bet you were glowing with a fizzing sense of delight on the journey back to your homes after witnessing what was undoubtedly one of the most exhilarating encounters our grand, alluring stadium has hosted in recent years. Claudio Ranieri was spouting a lot of tosh about change, wasn’t he?
Still no concrete movement on the transfer front since Ryan Babel's arrival at Craven Cottage, and with only a matter of days left before the January window slams shut, our recruitment experts have their work cut out if they're to lure their primary targets to SW6 before it's all too late. But, as ever, the media never fails to spew up alluring rumours, whispers and murmurs.
Was a nice weekend without football wasn't it? Anyway, on Tuesday we are back in action against Brighton at Craven Cottage, as we look to claim crucial points that might spark a Premier League revival.
It doesn't get much more heartbreaking than that. On Sunday, Fulham's horrible season was ramped up a notch when Harry Winks scored a 93rd minute winner to steal all three points for Spurs at the death.
We're in desperate need of some fresh faces aren't we? No matter what Claudio Ranieri has implemented since taking the reins from Slavisa Jokanovic, Fulham are still a terribly fragile collective that are flirting, dangerously, with relegation to the Championship after one solitary season back in the esteemed confines of the Premier League.