Fulham youngster desperate to make an impact next season

11:13 08 June 2012

Pajtim Kasami, Fulham

Pajtim Kasami, Fulham


Pajtim Kasami wants to force his way into Martin Jol’s squad

Fulham youngster Pajtim Kasami has vowed to improve next season after struggling to break his way into the first team in the second half of last campaign.

In the first half of the 2011/12 season the Swiss youngster made 15 appearances but only featured twice in 2012 and he insisted that this will change.

“I think next season, I want to improve every single part of my ability and in training I will be trying very hard to make a difference,” he promised. “

It was quite hard to get used to English football at first but I got more used to it the more games I played in.

“I think the English League is one of the toughest in the world because, if you are not ready mentally and physically, it is quite difficult to adapt because everything goes quicker.

“Where I play in attacking midfield, you need to be strong and skilful and you are tested in the Premier League but if you are skilful here in England, you can make quite a difference.”

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