Fulham boss Marco Silva was delighted with his players as they thrashed West Ham 5-0 on Sunday.
Silva later said: "The players understood the plan. They executed it really well.
"The main thing is the three points. Keeping a second clean sheet in a row is important. To control a team like West Ham in the way we did was almost perfect; congratulations to the players.
On Raul Jimenez, he said: "It wasn't easy to be the top player from the big injury he had. He was playing with a weight on his back; we never lost trust in him. He started well this season without scoring. We have to provide and we did it. Last Wednesday [against Nottingham Forest was an important game for him."
On Tom Cairney's performance, he added: "It is 300 Fulham appearances for him and he has been crucial. Firstly in training, but he made a huge impact in the way we want to build. He knows what I demand off the ball; but on it he'll always be crucial because he is a top player."