Roy Hodgson has warned his Fulham side that he will not accept any drop in workrate as the Cottagers’ thrilling season continues apace.

The Londoners maintained their excellent recent form with a creditable 0-0 draw at Liverpool on Sunday, strengthening their mid-table position.

And with a Europa League semi-final with Hamburg on the horizon, Hodgson has urged his troops to keep going.

He said: “We cannot, and we must not, sit back and think what a great season we have had.

“We have to keep fighting and we have to keep our performance levels high right until the end of the season.

“We must not relax or start reflecting on what we have achieved.

“The time for that will be when we are on a beach somewhere in June.

“For us it must be a case of performing in each game, and start planning for the next one the second it is over.”

Hodgson’s men were on the back foot for virtually the entirety of the Anfield clash, mustering one shot on target.

But the Fulham boss was more than happy with his side’s efforts.

Hodgson added: “I was concerned after the exertions in Germany but the players responded extremely well.

“You always have to be pleased if you go to Anfield and get a point.

“Yes we had to defend for the majority of the game but we were very well organised and they did not have that many clear chances.

“The squad just keeps digging deep and I honestly do not know where they get it from.

“They deserve all the credit in the world. ”

Both Bobby Zamora and Danny Murphy limped off during the game, but the duo are expected to be fine for Saturday’s clash with Wolves.

Fulham’s next three matches: Apr 17 Wolves (h), 22 Hamburg (EL, a), 25 Everton (a)