DAN Burn is open to another loan move to Yeovil Town if he fails to force his way into the Fulham first-team squad this season.
The towering defender is yet to make his debut for the Whites since his switch from Darlington in 2011.
Burn spent most of the campaign on loan at League One Yeovil, making 41 appearances as the Glovers clinched promotion to the Championship at Wembley earlier this month.
The centre-back still has 12 months remaining on his contract at Craven Cottage and hopes to get a chance during pre-season.
But the 21-year-old would jump at the chance to return to Huish Park is he fails to break into Fulham's first team.
He said: “I want to play for Fulham. I didn't sign there just to sit in the U21s. I've been out on loan and felt I've done myself justice.
“I'll speak to Fulham and go back in pre-season and see what they have planned.
“If I'm not going to play I would rather go out and get some games.
“I loved my time at Yeovil and feel part of the club. If I get a chance to come back I couldn't turn it down.”
Burn faces a battle to break into Fulham's defensive ranks following the arrival of Venezuela international Fernando Amorebieta.
However, he hopes to continue to learn off skipper Brede Hangeland and the other centre-halves in SW6.
“I get compared to Brede quite a lot because of my height,” Burn added.
“He's someone great to learn off and is an ever-present as well.
“Aaron Hughes has played hundreds of games and Philippe Senderos is great as well, so I couldn't of asked for three better players to learn off.”
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