FULHAM boss Martin Jol plans to offer a new contract to striker Mladen Petric .
The Croatian forward has made just eight Premier League starts for the Whites since making the switch to Craven Cottage on a 12-month deal last summer.
The arrival of Dimitar Berbatov back in August has restricted Petric to a bit-part role in SW6, but he has still chipped in with an impressive five goals given his lack of game time.
And Jol, who also worked with the 32-year-old at Hamburg, is ready to offer him fresh terms.
He said: “Petric is one we would like to keep.
“He wants to play and because of [Dimitar] Berbatov he couldn't.
“He was probably the most effective player in England – he scored goals and didn't play a lot.”
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