Fulham winger Sylvester Jasper is currently on trial with Sheffield Wednesday.

The 19 year-old played 45 minutes in Wednesday’s 2-0 friendly defeat at the hands of Barnsley earlier today. Wednesday boss Darren Moore told Yorkshire Live: “We have got him here for seven days just to have a look at him. Pre-season allows me to look at these players who have been on my radar in terms of where I have been in the last couple of seasons.

Pre-season allows you to bring them in and look at them close hand without really committing. He has come today and had a good outing. He has got wonderful technical ability that we have seen today. He carries a threat and is a clean striker of the ball and he gets defenders on the back foot.”

Jasper, comfortable on either wing, has made three senior appearances for Fulham since being handed his debut as a substitute in the FA Cup defeat by Manchester City last January. He signed a three-year contract with the club in August but doesn’t appear to be in new manager Marco Silva’s immediate first team plans. Jasper, who scored eight goals in sixteen league games for Fulham’s under 23 side last season, is expected to feature in Wednesday’s friendly against West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday.