MARTIN Jol will wait until the end of the season before deciding whether to try and sign Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong on a permanent deal.
The Ghanaian has made just one start for the Whites since making the loan move to Craven Cottage in January, but has featured four times off the bench.
Frimpong is out of contract at the Emirates in the summer, and Jol is still weighing up whether to make a swoop for the 21-year-old, who is ineligible against his parent club tomorrow under the terms of his loan deal.
He said: “Frimpong is a young player and was a very good option for us.
“We needed midfield players and then one day before the transfer window closed I had the opportunity to get [Eyong] Enoh, who I knew of course.
“I'm happy Frimpong's here and he's played his part. When we took him everyone was very positive about him.
“He's a little warrior, but he's very young. I feel he's got a good future ahead of him.
“There have been no talks yet because the season isn't finished. Hopefully he will stay fit and I'm certain he will play a part for us, then afterwards we can make an assessment.”
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