Fulham star: I will only keep improving

10:47 16 June 2012

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Fulham's Philippe Senderos (left) celebrates scoring the winning goal during the Barclays Premier League match at Craven Cottage, London.

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Philippe Senderos wants to establish himself in Martin Jol’s side

Fulham star Philippe Senderos has vowed to improve his performances for the Whites after a productive second season at Craven Cottage.

The Swiss international made 28 appearances for Martin Jol’s men last campaign after an Achilles injury ruined his first season at the club and he only wants to keep on improving.

“It’s been really good for me to build my fitness this year and I’m really happy to have played so many games,” Senderos told the club’s official website.

“I want to continue doing that and hopefully I can establish myself in the starting 11 for next season.

“If I can do that and stay fit, then hopefully I can play more games next year. But I’m really happy. I feel that I am back playing at my best level and that I will only keep improving from here.”

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