Dempsey Confident Fulham Will Avoid Drop

Fulham midfielder/forward Clint Dempsey is expressing optimism over his club's outlook for the rest of the 07-08 Premier League season. The former New England Revolution star says he is confident the Cottagers will avoid being relegated, despite their current troubles - FFC sits six points from safety, having taken maximum points from a match just once since early November.
"The reason you come to England is to play in the Premier League," said Dempsey, who has scored six goals in 27 league appearances this season. "It's one of the best leagues in the world and you want to be around that environment week in, week out. You can't really panic. All you can do is go out there and work as hard as you can.

"I think we'll be out of relegation and I think you'll see Fulham in the Premier League next season. For the most part, the team is together. We joke around a lot and everyone seems to get on well with each other."

The U.S. international is one of five Americans currently on the squad, joining Eddie Johnson, Kasey Keller, Carlos Bocanegra and Brian McBride on the roster at Craven Cottage. Several other American players are in danger of playing in the Coca-Cola Championship next season, including Bobby Convey and Marcus Hahnemann at Reading and the Derby County duo of Benny Feilhaber and Eddie Lewis.

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