Scott Parker will be looking to keep Fulham’s promotion push on track when they visit Stoke City on Saturday.
The Whites currently sit in seventh place with 11 matches played upon their return to the second tier, and whilst there have undoubtedly been some great showings, a few questions left unanswered.
That applies to the individuals as well, with some dazzling whilst others are flopping.
Here, we take a look at TWO players who are hot right now, and TWO who are not…
Hot: Tom Cairney
The captain has shown that he is the club’s best player once again this season.
In a side that features the attacking talents of Aleksandar Mitrovic, Anthony Knockaert and Ivan Cavaleiro that is no mean feat, but that is just what he has done.
His ability to control a game has been nothing short of outstanding at times this season and is absolutely the integral member of the side so far.
Hot: Joe Bryan
After a tricky debut season with Fulham in the Premier League, Bryan has seriously started to show his worth at Craven Cottage.
The left-back has been the stand-out player in the back line, stifling tricky opponents and remaining cool on the ball when playing out.
In attack he has been excellent too, already registering two assists and a goal, and looks set for another excellent Championship campaign.
Not: Marcus Bettinelli
The goalkeeper has struggled to recreate the sparkling form he showed during the Whites’ last Championship campaign and the fans have started to lose patience.
His primary problem appears to be from crosses with a string of errors appearing to seriously damage his confidence.
He dropped a clangar against West Brom a few weeks ago when they were closing in on a precious three points and Parker must be considering a change.
Not: Maxime Le Marchand
The Frenchman was brought in last summer but is so far yet to come close to proving his worth for the Whites.
He is comfortably below Tim Ream and Alfie Mawson in the pecking order and will only sink lower in the rankings once Michael Hector has completed his transfer in January.
He now really has his work cut out if he is to rescue his career in South-West London.