Roy Hodgson is hoping for a March to remember as Fulham continue their unexpected progress on three fronts.

An unbeaten run of eight games through the month of February has left the Cottagers facing a mouth-watering FA Cup Quarter-Final against Tottenham and an Europa League clash with Juventus.

And Hodgson insists there will be no inferiority complex from the Londoners.

He said: “The brilliant thing is that we have a chance.

“At this stage of the season a lot of teams are left watching these competitions on the television but we are still in there kicking.

“We are competing and the team is performing extremely well.

“We are also hopeful that one or two players should be back in the near future and that will make our squad even stronger.

“So, after the month we had we should look forward with confidence.”

Fulham returned from their heroics in Ukraine to earn a battling point in a 0-0 draw at Sunderland on Sunday.

And the Fulham boss heaped praise on his side for their display.

Hodgson added: “I was a bit concerned that after our flight back on Friday we were heading to this game but the players responded magnificently.

“Sunderland are difficult to play at home and I thought we were well worth a point.

“I did worry whether some of the players would be up to the task but they all put their hands up saying they wanted to play.

“It has always been my belief that it is better to let people play if they want to.

“We were watching them very closely and if they showed any signs of flagging we would take them off, like we did with Danny Murphy.

“But everyone is really giving for the cause and I cannot say enough how proud of them I am.”

Fulham’s next three matches: Mar 6 Tottenham (FAC, h), 11 Juventus (EL, a), 14 Manchester United (a )