Fulham midfielder Alex Kacaniklic has signed a two-year contract extension.
After impressing on loan at Watford last season, the 20-year-old has been rewarded with a new deal, which holds the option of a third year.
Manager Martin Jol recalled the Sweden youth international late in the last campaign, where he then played a part in victories over Norwich City, Bolton and Liverpool as well as a draw against local rivals Chelsea.
Kacaniklic told the club's official website: "I’m very, very happy to have signed a contract extension with the club. It’s the perfect start for me ahead of the new season.
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"I came back from my loan period at Watford last season and got some game time in the first team and hopefully I’ll be pushing for a place in the starting XI this coming season.
"When I was at Watford I got the chance to show that I can play at that level and then the manager gave me a chance. When you have a manager that believes in you it makes it much easier.
"He has told me to keep working hard and it's great as a young player to work for a manager like Martin Jol. He's always encouraging us and giving us the chance to show what we can do.
"I'm aiming to start a lot more games next season and I’m going to work really hard to achieve my goals."