The Fulham manager has the option to make the Ajax midfielder's loan move to Craven Cottage permanent but admitted that the Cameroon international will not come cheap
Enoh started as the Cottagers suffered a narrow defeat against Arsenal on Saturday and the west London club have the option to make his move from Ajax permanent.
Jol, though, admitted that the Cameroonian would not come cheaply and expressed an interest in exploring other options before deciding a course of action.
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"The option is there, but I have got one or two other options as well so it is a decision for the end of the season."
The player himself, meanwhile, is focused on finishing the season strongly despite the security of Fulham's Premier League status.
"We can pick things up again from the lessons of the Arsenal game and take that into our next fixtures coming up," Enoh said.
"It is true we have already got the 40-mark, but there is a tempo in the team to still get some more points.
"Every game coming up now for us is tough. We want to try to get our next win as soon as possible, but going to Everton will be very difficult.
"But with the spirit we have shown, if we can go there and keep the same tempo then we can come out with positive result."