Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri says”I desire a sterile sheet as I would like pasta” since he attempts to find the club off the bottom of the Premier League table.

Even the Cottagers – who’ve surrendered in each match this season – are simply three points off safety despite just winning two of these 17 league games.

They face Newcastle, Wolves, Huddersfield and Arsenal in 11 days.

“For your players, do not think, it’s critical, drama with, play, then playwith, then wash up your mind,” he explained.

“For Fulham, bottom of the table, every match is critical. Every match might be good to live or not live.

The Italian has just been accountable for the last five games, with replaced Slavisa Jokanovic in November.

“I need a blank sheet, I desire a blank sheet, like I would like bread, as I would like pasta,” said Ranieri – whose side’ve conceded 42 league goals thus far.

“We will need to make a spot in a few matches in a row. It is necessary to have confidence, because today the players are a little nervous and it’s really ordinary.”

Back in 2015-16, he told Leicester City players he could buy his players pizza if they maintained a clean sheet.

Their Christmas schedule is started by fulham at Newcastle on Saturday.

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