Robbie Keane hasn't ruled out our chances of a final-day flourish at Anfield to finish seventh in the Premier League.
It's a task though - Liverpool are unbeaten in 18 home league games this season and have lost just twice in 37 in pushing United all the way this term.
However, one of those defeats was against us at the Lane back in November and Robbie, who faces an emotional return to the club where he started this season, says we can be confident on the back of our recent form.
Indeed, we travel to Anfield with just three defeats in our last 16 league games, having won four, drawn one and lost one of our last six.
"There is a chance and we're more than capable of going anywhere and getting three points," said Robbie.
"Fulham have had a tremendous season. It's going to be tough, we know that, but we'll concentrate on what we have to do and hopefully Fulham will slip up.
"It's been an up and down season for everyone but we're still pushing for Europe so in the end it's been okay but we want to push on. Next season will be a massive season for us."
As for his return to Anfield, Robbie simply added: "I'm looking forward to it - for me it's just another game."