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Slavisa Jokanovic has predicted Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon will soon become an England international after watching him gain over a stone in muscle.
The 18-year-old's progress has continued since the club's promotion to the Premier League, playing in defence, midfield and in the final third, and to the extent that Fulham's manager wants him to sign a new contract.
Jokanovic dismissed previous criticism of Sessegnon's defending by insisting he is as natural at left-back as he has proven further forward.
That Ashley Young has been dropped from the England squad and Luke Shaw is yet to truly establish himself also means there remains a national-team vacancy on the left for a long-term candidate to emerge, and the normally-low key Jokanovic no longer believes there is a defender who can stop Sessegnon.
"Truly I believe it will be soon that he will be part of the English national team," said the Fulham manager. "I never spoke to (Gareth) Southgate about him. I spoke to people from the FA before the World Cup.
"Some people think he's a winger and some think he's a full-back. He can play perfectly in both positions. His numbers are fantastic as we check how many metres he is running in high intensity. You can be impressed with his physical performance.
"He is clinical in the opposite box and can score goals easy. Somebody says he is not strong enough to be a defender and they are completely wrong. He's actually seven kilograms bigger than when he started working with us; that's seven kilograms of muscle on his body. You can detect a big difference.
"I don't know a winger or a defender who is stronger who can stop him. He must use this power in a legal way, with the experience he will use the body, use more physical contact.
"It's weird we are talking about an 18-year-old player. I try talking about this when you are talking about men. He's a kid with a body like a man. His limit is high.
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Fulham expect captain Tom Cairney to be out for several weeks.
The midfielder, who has pulled out of international duty with Scotland, picked up a foot injury in last week's Premier League win against Burnley and is set for a spell on the sidelines.
Boss Slavisa Jokanovic said: "Tom Cairney is going to be unavailable for the Brighton game.
"He has a foot injury and we still need to assess him but it is our expectation that he will be unavailable for a few weeks.
"We must assess him, he is going to be out for a few weeks.
"Yes, this is a big loss for us."
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