RYAN Fraser is wary of Fulham being able to “play freely” when they visit Vitality Stadium tomorrow (3pm).

The Cottagers have already been relegated from the Premier League but did beat Everton 2-0 last time out for Scott Parker’s first win in caretaker charge in six attempts.

And Fraser says he is taking nothing for granted, recalling the struggle Cherries had to break Fulham down in the reverse fixture in October, before eventually closing out a 3-0 win.

He told the Daily Echo: “The pressure of the Premier League is massive.

“They can just play freely now.

“It’s amazing how things can change and people don’t obviously expect much from them now going down but we need to be ready for them.

“We know they’re a good team. We’ve played them away and it was a tough first half an hour for us.

“We ended up winning the game but we know how good they can be.”

Cherries got back to winning ways in style by winning 5-0 at Brighton, having lost their previous two matches.

That included a 3-1 home reverse against Burnley, which left some fans booing the side off the pitch.

Fraser said: “We want to make ourselves happy, make the fans happy and I think the win at Brighton will give us the confidence to just go and play our football again.

“We just went back to basics, played our football and that’s what we can do.

“Hopefully the gaffer will implement that again in training, don’t come away from it and then we’ll go into Fulham and we’ll hopefully just pop it.”