The Dutchman may use the second leg against minnows as an opportunity to blood his youngsters while giving his first team squad the chance to get back to full match fitness
Following Fulham's comprehensive victory in the first leg of the Europa League first round qualifier against Nes Soknar Itrottarfelag, manager Martin Jol has insisted that the job is not yet done.
The Dutchman does not want his players to become too complacement after a 3-0 win at Craven Cottage, and wants his team to finish the job off in the second leg next week in the Faroe Islands.
He told reporters: "If I say [it is job done], you will tell everyone I said the job was done so I will say it's a good score.
"We started off brightly the first five minutes and then it was difficult to find the spare man up front.
"The second half was better. If there was no possibility to play it up to Andy [Johnson] or Bobby [Zamora] you have to play down the flanks and the second half was better."
Goals from Damien Duff, Johnson and Murphy means that the Cottagers take a three-goal advantage to the Faroe Islands.
With that advantage in mind, and with his first team players not yet up to match fitness, Jol hinted he might use the opportunity to blood some of the younger members of the squad.
He added: "Bobby Zamora is fit but, of course, he is not completely fit.
"But I think 80 per cent of the players are not completely fit.
"But to be match fit now it will take a couple more weeks. It is possible that we may use some youngsters for the second leg."