That is the view of Watford manager Javi Gracia, who insists he has no problem with sending an opponent side down a division.
Fulham can join Huddersfield in dropping out of the Premier League if they lose at Watford tomorrow.
And Gracia insists it doesn’t bother him to see another club relegated.
“If they are in this situation, it’s because they have had problems for a long period, not just yesterday or today,” Gracia said.
“I’m very sorry for them, but I know what it’s like to be sacked, to lose important games or be relegated with my home-town team and we are professionals.
“We must always try to do our best.
“It’s not always about the quality of the team.
“Sometimes there are different circumstances which don’t help the team to put on their best face.”
Fulham started the season – their first back in the top flight – with Slavisa Jokanovic in charge.
But in November he was replaced by Claudio Ranieri, who has subsequently lost his job at Craven Cottage.
Gracia’s Watford will go up against a Fulham side led by Scott Parker.
The Hornets could still win the FA Cup and finish seventh this season.
They play Wolves in the FA Cup semi-final on Sunday and Gracia insists he will not sacrifice one competition over another.
“It’s like mum or dad: I don’t want to choose between them,” he said.
“I like them both, and I want to fight for both – and we can do it.
“I don’t want to say no to finishing seventh, or playing in a final.
“Why do I have to choose only one? We have a squad capable of fighting for both.”
As for who will play in the semi-final, Gracia admits it is a tough call to make.
“It will be difficult, but for every game it is not easy to select 18 or 19 names and leave five or six players off the list,” he said.
“But it is my job and I try to be fair with all of them.”