Slavisa Jokanovic has admitted teen sensation Ryan Sessegnon will have 'no problem' dealing with the pressure of the play-offs.

Fulham take on Reading in the first leg of the Championship play-off semi-finals at Craven Cottage this Saturday.

All eyes will be on 16-year-old Sessegnon, with numerous Premier League teams sniffing around the youngster, who is expected to sign a contract with the Whites when he turns 17.

And Jokanovic expects big things from the young man in the future.

Talking during his pre-match press conference, he said: "This player is a strong character, I don’t have any problem putting him in the team in this game.

"He showed in past he can play with all the kind of pressure, if he is in the team it won’t be strange.

"He will be special in the future, right now he is a good project and has huge space in front of him to improve. He works very well and is only 16 but his mind is like an experienced player.

"He has a bright future."

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