For all the expected result at West Ham (ten games Fulham have taken the lead now without winning), it was brilliant to see Jimmy Bullard back and hear the reception that he received.
Bullard really is the everyman, he's the epitome of the berk you used to play football with after school, only this one has made it to the top level of football.
Bullard has only played three and a third games for Fulham before this, scoring two goals and getting the side four points. Perhaps he can be the spark that will get Fulham some much needed points away from home, because they look unlikely to get enough just from their home games.
A draw against Arsenal on Saturday will be an unbelievable result, but in essence Fulham need a win, which goes to show the difficulties Woy Hodgson has got. Even if Fulham beat Arsenal, they will stay in the relegation zones.
Hodgson needs a striker and a quick centre-back. He could also do with a ball-winner in the middle of the park, but Fulham's cup runneth over with midfielders already.