Former Everton midfielder, Leon Osman, has advised Fulham winger, Ademola Lookman, to strive for consistency.
Lookman began his senior career with Charlton Athletic before joining the Toffees in 2017.
The 23-year-old spent two seasons with the Premier League club.
He was, however, unable to establish himself with Everton, and in an effort to enjoy more game time he moved permanently to Germany, joining RB Leipzig.
The winger has made more than 15 appearances for the Red Bulls before moving on loan to Fulham last summer and has been in fine form.
Lookman has bagged four breathtaking goals and provided four assists in 30 Premier League games for the Cottagers this season.
Osman, however, believed the winger must be more consistent with his performances to boost his chances of being considered by top European clubs.
“When he joined Everton he was young and raw, his ability is unquestionable. He has such skill,” Osman said on Premier League Productions.
“What he has lacked up until this point is consistency, I think you’ve started to see that more and more in his time this season at Fulham – he’s started to get more end product.
“That’s a chance that that club will take. Will they feel they can get more consistency out of him because if they can, then he’s certainly a player that you want in your squad.
“He’s somebody that can unlock the door of the opposition and they are quite hard to find.”