The Cottagers suffered last-gasp heartache in the Europa League on Wednesday, with Odense netting a stoppage-time equaliser that saw them miss out on the knockout stage. Jol admitted the players were still in shock on Friday but are in a positive mindset ahead of Bolton's visit to Craven Cottage. "There is always some positives in everything," Jol said. "It was awful. "It was a shock to go out in the dying seconds of the game, allowing them to have a break and get in a perfect cross. "It is all well [looking back at it] in hindsight, but we can focus now on the games in the league. "If you look at the league table, we need to focus on wins and getting points on the board. "We need to try and win these home games [like Bolton]. "We talked about it, we look forward now and we don't have to play all these matches [across Europe]." While confident of a positive response, Jol revealed this afternoon that Zamora could miss the match. The England international has a medial ligament issue in his left knee and faces a late fitness test. "Bobby Zamora has got a little problem with his left knee and we will make an assessment tomorrow," Jol said. "We are still confident that he can feature, but we left him out today to be fit tomorrow. We still need to make an assessment. "Steve Sidwell's not involved still because of his hernia problem, but he has had a couple of injections and hopefully he will be fit next week to join us again. "[Danny] Murphy is back and 100% fit, although Simon Davies will miss out with a back injury." Fulham will also be without influential goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer, who has been diagnosed with a compression injury to his thoracic spine. The Australia international will miss up to six weeks with the problem picked up against Swansea last weekend, resulting in 21-year-old Neil Etheridge making his first-team debut against Odense. England squad member David Stockdale will between the sticks after being recalled from a loan spell with Ipswich and Jol is confident in his ability. "Mark's injury was a big disappointment because he is always fit to play and played all the matches," the Dutchman said. "We had to give Neil Etheridge his debut and he is a big talent, but Stockdale will be in goal and hopefully it will be four or five weeks rather than seven or eight with Schwarzer. "That said, David gave us a very positive feeling last year when he came in. "We called him back and of course he is a very talented guy. "He did well in the last spell and there's no doubt he can't do a job for us." Against Bolton, Stockdale will be hoping to add to Fulham's six clean sheets in the league - a record only bettered by Manchester United and Swansea. The west Londoners, though, seem to be developing a concerning knack of conceding late goals, although Jol does not believe it is a major issue. "It's vital if you want a result [to stop doing that], but you need to look at all these different games," he said. "We certainly talk about it (concentration). "If I was to come up with an easy excuse, I would say we had to play all these games and in the last 10 or 15 minutes it's hard for them. "Even against Spurs we conceded in the final five minutes and it was not about organisation but about defending well."