Fulham boss Martin Jol wants to send out Mesca and several of Fulham’s other youngsters before the loan window shuts next month.

The former Chelsea winger made his first-team debut against his old club at Stamford Bridge in September, but hasn’t featured since.

Marcus Bettinelli, Marcello Trotta and Cauley Woodrow are among the Fulham young guns gaining experience in the lower leagues.

And boss Jol wants more of his kids to get regular games elsewhere.

He said: “If you look at the left side we have Adel Taarabt, [Pajtim] Kasami and even Damien Duff can play there.

“We’ve got Ashkan Dejagah and Duff on the other side too. There’s too many players here now to throw them in, so I would love to find something for them.

“I’ve got six or seven youngsters who could play in the lower leagues and do a very good job, but you need the clubs to take them.

“There’s still not a lot of interest because all of these lower-league clubs are looking for older, experienced players.

“They want to keep these teams up and may feel these youngsters can’t do a job for them.”