Scott Parker says there is more to come from Anthony Knockaert when he makes his move to Fulham permanent.

The Craven Cottage boss has been speaking about the French winger, who signed from Albion initially on loan last summer.

As consistently reported by The Argus, the loan was a precursor to a permanent deal barring unforeseen circumstances.

Fulham have arguably under-achieved in the Championship this season but look set to contest Premier League promotion in the play-offs.

Parker said: “He’s done extremely well. I think Anthony would be the first to say as well that he can still bring even more.

“He’s a pleasure to work with and I look forward to having him more long-term.”

Knockaert spoke in May about how tough it had been to leave Albion and Brighton behind as he settled into a new home in Wimbledon.