The midfield maestro described the season’s finale as ‘a massive game’ and as we bid to secure a place in the top four of the Premier League.
We go into Sunday’s final weekend in fourth, a point behind Arsenal and a point ahead of Newcastle. The Gunners travel to West Brom, Newcastle go to Everton.
“It’s a massive game for us, another London derby and we’re expecting a hard game as always against Fulham,” said Luka.
“I think we have enough quality and in the last few games we’ve played well and we’re back in form, so I think we can win this game.
“We’re hoping West Brom can get a draw or beat Arsenal to finish even higher than fourth, that would be an amazing achievement.
“We had the opportunity to reach third last week, but we didn’t win at Villa. We got a draw, that was a good result with 10 players.
“This year the league is so unpredictable. It’s hard to win games, especially away from home and that’s why we hope West Brom can get something out of that game.
“It’s not in our hands. We just have to look at ourselves, play the best we can, try to win against Fulham and see what happens.
“It’s a massive game, we have to win and I’m confident we will.”
LUKA PROMOTES ZADAR, HIS HOME TOWN
Luka attended a special event hosted by the Zadar Tourist Board and the Croatian National Tourist Board to promote tourism in Croatian and Zadar, his home town, at White Hart Lane on Thursday night.
The event was attended by Mr Drazen Grgurovic, Deputy Mayor of Zadar and Mr Ivica Tomic, Ambassador of Croatia and a number of travel writers and outlined what Croatia and specificially Zadar has to offer.
The Croatian National Tourist Office – www.croatia.hr – was also keen to promote the ‘Garden Festival’, a dance music festival held in Tisno from July 4-11.