After a successful loan spell Jol looks to bring the Ajax midfielder in permanently.
Following a successful loan spell at Fulham since joining the club in January, manager Martin Jol is keen on signing midfielder Eyong Enoh on a permanent basis.
Enoh has impressed during his nine games for the West London club after making his debut for the Cottagers against Tottenham.
The 27-year-old started eight of his nine matches and became an integral part of the Fulham first team as they successfully avoided relegation from the Premier League and eventually finished 11th.
Jol has been quick to praise the Ajax midfielder and speculation is growing that the boss would like to bring the Cameroonian in as a permanent transfer.
“Enoh has done a great job,” the Fulham manager told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.
“He needed to adapt and this next season that will again apply to any new players.”
Enoh was one of four players brought in on-loan back in January at Craven Cottage, along with Urby Emanuelson, Emmanuel Frimpong and Stanislav Manolev.
Yet it was the Cameroon international that impressed the most, despite the fact he failed to provide any goals or assists during his time with Fulham.
Football website transfermarkt.com rates Enoh at £1.8million and with Jol’s notoriously low transfer kitty the midfielder could be the perfect signing within budget.
Enoh has played in the Eredivise with Ajax since 2008, featuring 150 times as well as scoring once in his 27 appearances for Cameroon.
Jol has struggled to find any adequate replacements at Fulham since the departure of both Clint Dempsey and Moussa Dembele to Tottenham last summer.