Fulham boss Chris Coleman sounded the warning bells at Craven Cottage after his side surrendered a two-goal lead to lose to Liverpool.
Coleman said: "We lost the plot when they scored early in the second half, it was alarming to see us fold.
"We're at the wrong end of the table, and rightly so. We're there because we deserve to be there.
"People say we're a good team with good players, but you don't get out of trouble like that."
Coleman added: "We were two different teams out there and that's been the story of our season, we're not consistent enough.
"We have had a bad injury list and suspensions, but you have to get on with things.
"I won't have anyone feeling sorry for themselves, because I certainly don't feel sorry for myself."
"We have to get back to grinding out results. We have to beat teams 1-0 if necessary and I don't care how the wins come."