Dikgacoi had sought clarity on his future after making just one substitute appearance for The Cottagers last season, before embarking on a successful loan spell with English Championship side Crystal Palace. Former manager Mark Hughes had hinted that the Bafana Bafana star might see more game-time at Craven Cottage in the coming campaign given the fact that the club will be playing in the UEFA Europa League, but Jol has stated that Dikgacoi does not fit into his plans. It could spark a return to Crystal Palace, who have made their interest in signing the midfielder on a permanent basis known. "KG at Fulham is one we are looking to get back here," Palace assistant coach Lennie Lawrence says. "We are keen and will look to do something when the teams come back in July." Earlier this week, Dikgacoi's agent Mike Makaab says with the deflated European market at present, many clubs are seeking loan moves for top players. "He [Dikgacoi] has one year on his contract which makes life difficult," Makaab said. "If you are a free agent, it is fairly simple to move on, but when a fee is involved, with the European market so deflated at the moment, it becomes a whole lot more complicated as clubs simply don't have money to spend. Many are looking for free agents or loan moves."