Matt Smith looks likely to leave Fulham in January with Slavisa Jokanovic admitting 'anything is possible' when quizzed about the striker's future.
The former Leeds United forward began August as the team’s spearhead and was in fine fettle during the opening few matches of the season, netting against Newcastle and Preston.
However, following the loan signing of Chris Martin, Smith’s opportunities have been limited and he now appears firmly out of favour.
The Fulham boss said: ‘‘Matt Smith is a good professional and working hard. I've preferred to use different people in the position he plays in general.
“Anything is possible in the transfer window and we'll try and make the best decision for ourselves.’’
Meanwhile, Stevie Humphrys can expect more minutes in the first-team. The 19-year-old came on for Sone Aluko during the closing stages of Saturday’s draw with Derby having scored 12 goals in 11 PL2 games this term.
His boss believes that the youngster has a bright future ahead of him and has challenged Humphrys to continue his rapid improvement.
"In front of him is a huge space and time to improve. We have been following his progress in games for the U23s.
“He's in great form and everything will now depend on him. It's simple. He needs to improve himself, work hard and fight to get closer to the starting XI.’’
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