Fulham boss Martin Jol admits he needs to buy to lift them out of their form slump.

The Dutchman takes his team into the Christmas programme looking to improve on a run of one win in 10 matches and admitting his team could be on the verge of a relegation battle.

"Yes it is [my hardest spell]. We have worries," said the Dutchman. "We need goals and if you don't score the goals, you will never have a result.

"Before, we scored a lot of goals, but also if you see the goals against, that is terrible.

"We conceded a lot of goals from set plays and that is a concern as well, so we try to do something about it. Hopefully we can come up with a few solutions.

"I feel we will have a good look at the transfer market. Now is the time, if possible, to do something."