Fulham boss Martin Jol has revealed that he will be looking to send Pajtim Kasami out on loan in an effort to find him first-team football.
The 20-year-old is held in high regard at Craven Cottage, but remains some way down the pecking order.
He has been unable to hold down a midfield spot, with just three Premier League starts made during his debut season with the club in 2011/12.
Fulham believe there is plenty more to come from the Swiss youngster, but are aware of the need to unlock his potential.
Jol believes Kasami would benefit from a spell playing regularly elsewhere, with minutes required if he is to grow in confidence and add consistency to his game.
"Kasami is a youngster and if everyone is sound and well he won't start, he knows that," Jol told the Fulham Chronicle.
"That's a bit of a problem with him because he wants to play all the time.
"I feel he should do a bit better and push for a starting place but he's not there yet.
"I think he could benefit from a loan spell."