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Kagiso Dikgacoi has been speaking about his Fulham future as he prepares for South Africa’s African Nations Cup qualifier against Egypt at the weekend.

Dikgacoi looked impressive during his cameos under Roy Hodgson but has suffered as new manager Mark Hughes strengthened Fulham’s midfield options over the course of this term. Sent on loan to Crystal Palace, Dikgacoi benefited from regular football and did well as Palace won their battle against relegation from the Championship and returned to the national team as a result. He will return to Craven Cottage, but his future is very much up in the air.

It depends on the manager (Mark Hughes). He said in interviews that he still believes in me. I don’t want to predict my future but wherever I go I want to be guaranteed game time.

There are a number of teams interested (in me). Palace is one of those teams. My main aim is to play in the Premier League, but I would consider going to Palace depending on that.