Trevoh Chalobah, who signs the Chelsea loan deal, quickly got involved in Jan Siewert's reflections on the Huddersfield Town championship campaign.

The 20-year-old midfielder or defender did not compete against QPR on Matchday 18 last weekend as he had only completed one training session with his new colleagues at PPG Canalside.

However, he got one of seven debutants of the club on the grid when he competed in the Carabao Cup against Lincoln City during the week, and played the entire 90 minutes of the 0-1 defeat.

Now the man loaned to Collin Quaner's side in Ipswich Town last season is confirmed for visiting Fulham at John Smith's Stadium in the Town squad.

And Siewert believes he'll only improve in blue-and-white stripes over the course of the season.

"He's on his way," Siewert said of the player who had snapped to Brighton after Aaron Mooy's move to the closing date.

"It was important for him to have played the last game, as it was three weeks ago when he played last."

"That was a long time in which he did not play, but then he played the whole game directly."

How does he feel?

"He was a bit sore and tired after the game, but I was satisfied with how he found his role directly, so I'm sure this guy will help us," the boss continued.

"Trevoh is defensively stable in his position, 6 or low 8, and it is important that he now has playing time, which of course he will do.

Tuesday was the best way to get him straight onto the pitch, and then he recovered before training Thursday and Friday.

"He improves and feels confident in his body, and when he feels confident in his body, he will perform even better.

"So he settled in, I would say, and he will definitely be against Fulham in our squad."