Born: Bristol, 2 February 1993

Position: Right back; winger; forward

Nationality: Jamaican

International caps: 17

International goals: 2

Signed: 8 August 2019 from Cardiff City (loan); 24 January 2020 from Cardiff City (£10m)

Fulham debut: Fulham 2-0 Blackburn Rovers, 10 August 2019

Fulham appearances: 150

Fulham goals: 25

Honours: EFL Championship play-off winner (2020); EFL Championship title winner (2021-22).

The dependable Bobby Decordova-Reid has become a jack of all trades during his time at Craven Cottage. Loaned from Cardiff as an exciting forward with an eye for goal, the Jamaican international has certainly scored his share of superb strikes – including against Huddersfield Town and the team he supported as a boy, Liverpool – but his willingness to slot in wherever required has quietly made the Bristol-born utility man a valuable member of this Fulham squad.

Originally tried as a wing-back in Scott Parker’s ultimately doomed attempt to keep the Whites up in 2020/2021, Decordova-Reid excelled as a deputy to the injured Kenny Tete under Marco Silva and Fulham fans know that the committed campaigner will give 100% whenever he wears the white shirt.