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Pajtim Kasami wants regular football after a ‘difficult’ first season at Craven Cottage
Fulham youngster Pajtim Kasami is looking to use his London 2012 performances as a springboard to greater things with the Whites.
The 20-year-old, who played the 90 minutes for Switzerland in their 2-1 defeat to South Korea, only made seven Premier League appearances for the west Londoners after signing for them last year.
“Hopefully yes [I can play in Fulham’s first team],” he told reporters. “I am pleased with my performance today. Now we have the Olympics and after the Olympics I’m going to see what the situation will be.
“It was quite difficult for me, the first season is always difficult. When you’re young you need to get the confidence of the coach and if you don’t catch the confidence of the coach it can be difficult in your first season in England.
“I think the coach has given a few players chances and hopefully this season I can break through and be a regular and hopefully play every game. But now I have to concentrate on the Olympics.”