Fulham manager Martin Jol plans to send Fulham's fringe players out on loan rather than leave them sitting in the stands.
The new Whites boss has already offloaded South African midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi to Crystal Palace on a permanent deal, while keeper David Stockdale is poised to go out on loan.
And the Dutchman has revealed he plans to ship out more of Fulham's youngsters in a bid to get first-team football.
He said: "I feel if you are a young player you should play and there's a few young players here.
"So I feel we have to find opportunities for them to play, and that is what I did in Germany and Holland, and in England before.
"If you have a lot of youngsters who are probably not involved every week, I think you have to find a situation where they can play every week.
"So there will be a couple of players going out on loan. Hopefully I can send out 2-3 in Holland because that's a very good competition to play in for young players."