Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong says he is determined to make the most of every game at Fulham before returning to parent club Arsenal at the end of the season.
The 21-year-old made his Cottagers debut as he featured for just over an hour as Martin Jol's side held Norwich to a 0-0 draw at Carrow Road earlier this month.
And he is now keen to get as much playing time as possible with the west London side before his loan spell expires.
“I relish every game," Frimpong told the club's official website. "The last time I played in the Premier League was a year ago because of my injury.
"Hopefully, I’ll get better with the more games that I play. I want to push on all the way until the end of the season."
The Ghana-born battler also expressed disappointment with his side's attacking performance against the Canaries, and called for improvement when they take on Stoke.
"From an attacking side it was quite disappointing because we didn’t create as many chances as we should have created," he stated.
"We’ll have to make sure on Saturday when we play Stoke City that we get back on track.
“Obviously Stoke is going to be physical with a lot of direct balls into their strikers, but they’ve also got quality in their side."