Fulham winger Sylvester Jasper believes that his game and Hibernian’s attacking style should be a match made in heaven.

The Bulgarian under-21 international moved to Easter Road on loan in the final hours of transfer deadline day and was an unused substitute in last night’s Edinburgh derby.

Jasper, who spent the first part of this season on loan at Colchester United, told HibsTV: “It was a crazy few hours on deadline day. During the day I knew that there were talks between the two clubs but I didn’t know if the move was happening or getting finalised or not. Then the gaffer called me around 8pm and we had a very positive chat. He told me what he wanted from me and how much the club liked me and wanted to bring me in. After speaking to him I was 100% all on board. From there on it was just a race against time to try and get all the paperwork done before the window closed.”

Jasper feels that he could thrive in manager Shaun Maloney’s system.

“I’m an attacking player, creative player who likes to get people on the edge of their seats and I need an attacking system to be able to do that. When he told me about the way he wants to play I was all in.

I feel like the style will work perfectly for me and hopefully I can replay him with performances on the pitch. I feel with the manager bringing in new players it shows that the club is trying to go in a new direction and improve. I want to be a part of that I want to help the club improve and get to the top of Scottish football.”