All-action midfielder who has risen from our Academy to become an integral part of the first team.
After making his breakthrough in 2013-14, Nabil put together a string of fine performances in 2014-15 which culminated in signing a new deal at the club in July, 2015.
Nabil made 36 appearances in all competitions as well as representing Algeria at the Africa Cup of Nations in January.
He started 25 matches in the Premier League and formed a partnership with fellow Academy product Ryan Mason that got better as the season progressed. Both started the Capital One Cup Final at Wembley - two of five Academy products to do so.
He took his caps tally for Algeria to 17 in June, 2015.
Born in Lille, France, Nabil joined our Academy in January, 2012 after an initial trial.
He went on to play eight times for our Under-18s in 2011-12, including the FA Youth Cup and was Player of the Tournament and top scorer at the Staemwede Tournament in May, 2012.
Nabil kicked-on again in 2012-13, and enjoyed a strong second half of the season.
He went on to play nine times for the Under-18s, scoring once and featured in all eight NextGen Series matches, again with one goal.
His performances led to a breakthrough in the Under-21s and he made 14 appearances in total, including 11 starts and scored three goals, including the winner against Arsenal at Barnet.
After impressing for our Under-21s, Nabil was thrown into first team action with his debut off the bench in our Premier League win at Southampton on December 22, 2013.
Nabil went on to feature in 20 of our final 27 matches in all competitions including a run of nine straight starts in January and February.
His performances caught the eye of Algeria and Nabil was part of the squad for the World Cup Finals in Brazil, where he featured three times as Algeria made into the knockout stages.
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