Martin Jol plans to hold talks with keeper Csaba Somogyi over his Fulham future.
The Hungarian has failed to make an appearance for the first team since signing for the Whites in 2011 following a successful trial.
Somogyi has recently spent time out on loan at Blue Square Premier outfit Dartford, keeping four clean sheets in eight games for the Kent club.
But the 28-year-old’s deal at Craven Cottage expires in the summer, and boss Jol is weighing up whether to offer him fresh terms in SW6.
“He’s another player we have to make a decision on,” said Jol when quizzed on Somogyi’s future.
“He’s never played for the first team but was a great guy to have here. He’s a good keeper, went on loan and was man of the match four times in eight games, although it was a lower level.
“We have to sit down with him and tell him what we’ll do.”