Technically assured and a fine reader of play, it is, Sean Kavanagh's ability to deliver pin-point crosses that has most regularly got those in attendance talking.
His progress is even more startling when considering the fact that the 2011/12 season was his first at a professional club. Despite his relative in-experience the youngster has gone from strength-to-strength.
Tenacious in the tackle and ambitious when on the ball, the youngster is considered to be one of the Club’s brightest prospects.
Made eight appearances for the Club's Under-21s in the 2013/14 season, before being elevated into the First Team fold the following campaign.
He quickly made his Fulham debut and scored his first goal for the Club in the 1-0 win over Norwich City in October 2014.
His promising form saw him rewarded with a new contract in the following January, as he committed his future to the Club until June 2018.
Finished the 2014/15 campaign having made 23 appearances for the side, with Kit Symons utilising him most commonly in midfield.