Alex Kacaniklic has been rewarded for some promising displays last season with a new two-year contract at Fulham.
The Swede spent three years at Liverpool without getting a game before being used a makeweight in a deal masterminded by then Anfield boss Roy Hodgson that saw Paul Konchesky go the other way.
But it was while on loan at Watford that he caught the eye and the deal was cut short to bring him back to Craven Cottage for the final few games of the season.
The 20-year-old Swede eventually made his club debut in the 2-1 victory over Norwich in April and also played a big part in Fulham's first ever win at Anfield.
"I'm aiming to start a lot more games next season and I'm going to work really hard to achieve my goals," he said.