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Stefan Johansen left frustrated

Norwegian workhorse, Stefan Johansen is left reflecting on a point gained or possibly two points dropped.

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The last match introduced some frustrating times for Norwegian midfielder Stefan Johansen, as a battling Fulham side fought back to secure a point against a tricky Sheffield Wednesday side. The Whites trailing for a majority of the game, as The Cottagers fell behind to Forestieri goal on the 10th minute.

“I think the main feeling was frustration really,” Johansen stated, “It showed character to come back, but we were at home so we wanted more from the game."

Johansen continues by acknowledging The Owl's capability; “Sheffield Wednesday were a good side but still we want to win."

The midfielder proceeds with; "We had some chances in the end of the game to get the win after we had got level, and that is why the main feeling is disappointment."

The focus of the club now turns to the challenging fixture against a flying Seagulls squad, as Fulham travel to the south coast to face Brighton & Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium.

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Johansen personifies the positive mentality that surrounds the club ahead of the fixture, with the central midfielder stating "We are looking forward to it," the Norwegian resumes with; “We go into every single game looking to win. Regardless of whether it is at home or away we are looking to keep our good run going."

Johansen is keen to keep momentum on the road going, “We have been better away this year but this is going to be a tough game. Brighton are up there at the top of the table and that makes it even bigger for us."

“I am confident that we can play at our highest level. If we can play at the level, we can go there and win the game.

“They are a very good side with quality players all over the pitch. But we know we are the same. We also have quality all over the pitch."

Fulham go into the game hoping to continue their promising away record, only losing once on the road this season in the league.