Fulham captain Brede Hangeland admits they need six points from their final two games for any chance of staying up.

After drawing with Hull City, Fulham remain in the league's bottom three with just two games left to secure another season of top-flight football.

"I think we need to win the last two," Hangeland said.

"That is clear for everyone to see. Is that impossible? No, it is far from impossible. Of course we can do it.

"It is all about doing the business next week and then the week after and hoping that will be enough. It is a massive game next week and we have to win that."

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