Thanks for your email and Christmas greetings @Jokanovic and the same to you and your family. P.S. Ryan Sessegnon isn't a defender, Johansen isn't a striker and we still miss Malone and Aluko!— DJH (@1966FFC) December 21, 2017
Sessegnon has been a regular for the Cottagers so far this campaign, appearing in every league fixture his side have competed in from the start.
Top scoring teenagers in the top four tiers this season (league):— TheNinetyTwo (@TheNinetyTwo_) December 20, 2017
5 - Tyler Roberts
5 - Eberechi Eze
4 - Ryan Sessegnon
3 - Kellan Gordon
3 - Dan Turner
3 - Mallik Wilks pic.twitter.com/gQXQ8akGyx
Within those, the left-back has netted four goals and provided two assists for his fellow teammates, as well as become the first 17-year-old since Spurs star Dele Alli to net a hat-trick, with the player notching a treble during his side's thrilling 5-4 victory over Sheffield United last month.
There is little surprise that Tottenham have once again shown interest in the Craven Cottage academy gradate, and despite remaining confident he will keep keep hold of his side's up-and-coming starlet,
Here's that Sess goal again in all its splendour — Fulham Football Club (@FulhamFC) December 13, 2017
Who could tire of watching this?! pic.twitter.com/NngYOpTXZD
“Yes [I am confident of keeping Sessegnon], if we want to be competitive we must keep our important players
“All the questions are what the value of this player is, but myself, as a coach, I prefer to stay with the more important players for the competition that is ahead of us, but on the other side I can understand the business side too.
“In this moment, I am not thinking of being without him for the season, but it is not under my control.”