Fulham signed Josh Onomah from Tottenham back in August.
Josh Onomah was the spare part as Tottenham Hotspur signed Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham this summer.
Onomah joined the Championship side as part of the deal, and hoped the move might kickstart his career.
This is Onomah's third spell in the Championship following loans at Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday.
He is a favourite of Fulham boss Scott Parker, but is struggling at the moment to justify his manager's faith.
While he played a part in Fulham's goal last night in their 2-1 loss at Preston, it was not enough for fans who are growing frustrated with him.
He has one assist and no goals in 12 league appearances and Fulham are struggling to live up to their tag of pre-season promotion favourites, currently sitting 11 points back from leaders Leeds United.
Onomah was an under-20 World Cup winner with England and hopes were initially high for him at Spurs.
The 22-year-old needs time to flourish, but Fulham can't afford to be too patient.
Fans are expecting more from the midfielder. Here is a look at some of the reaction to his performance...
#ScottParker playing #Onomah casts a huge question mark over his suitability to manage #FulhamFC No better than the famous Sean Maher. No technical ability or positional sense. Time for a new manager. Hopeless decision #FFC— Les Sismore (@lestersismore) December 10, 2019
Seeing as they come as a pair...— Alex Eaton (@AlexFFC_) December 10, 2019
PARKER and ONOMAH OUT !#FFC
You look at the Top 2 with Bielsa and Bilic, and Parker's a million miles off of them. Onomah and Knockaert are complete passengers, why Parker took Cavaleiro off instead of one of those two or Kamara is beyond me. #FFC— Sam Wheeler (@wheelerdeeler) December 10, 2019
Drop Onomah entirely. Brings nothing to the team. Start an academy player instead #ffc— Scrabble (@BG_Scrabble) December 10, 2019
If Onomah can make it professional I guess there’s still time for me #FFC— Snagog (@SJ_Homes) December 10, 2019
Hope tony Khan realises we could of just asked spurs for 25 mill and £1 for sess instead of getting lumped with onomah— snedsy (@snedsy93) December 10, 2019
I still don’t understand why Parker’s been starting Onomah.— Oliver Stearn (@stearn_oliver) December 10, 2019
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