Tottenham Hotspur have made another announcement regarding the future of the club's training facility.
Tottenham Hotspur have announced that an application for a private lodge to house players next to their new training centre has been approved by Enfield Council.
The news was announced on the club’s official website on Wednesday morning and suggests the new facility is going to be among the most impressive in England.
The report goes on to reveal that the accommodation will be built by converting Myddelton Farm, something the club have owned for the last eight years.
The proposed lodge will house players from the academy to the first-team and will contain a total of 45 bedrooms along with other relevant facilities including catering and medical treatment.
Tottenham are currently pushing hard for a top-four finish in the Premier League and remain in with a shout in both the Capital One Cup and the Europa League.
Their progress this season under manager Mauricio Pochettino and the young players coming through at the club both suggest the future is bright on the pitch and the latest proposals mean it should be just as positive off it.