Tottenham Hotspur-owned Dele Alli has revealed on social networking site Twitter that he is fully focused on helping Milton Keynes Dons gain promotion to the Championship.
The 18-year-old midfielder signed a five-and-a-half-year contract with Tottenham on transfer deadline day, with BBC Sport reporting that MK Dons were paid £5 million as a transfer fee.
The youngster, though, has been loaned back to The Dons for the remainder of the season in order to allow him to continue to help them push for promotion from League One.
Karl Robinson’s side are currently second in the league table with 55 points from 27 matches, just two points behind leaders Bristol City and with a game in hand.
Alli is a key player for The Dons and plays a Ryan Mason-like role in midfield for them. He has scored 12 goals in League One so far this season.
The youngster is now back in Milton Keynes and has taken to Twitter to make it clear to The Dons’ fans that he is determined to lead the team to promotion to the Championship.
Thanks for all the messages! Back in at stadiummk today. Fully focused on trying to help the Dons be successful this season #COYD— dele alli (@dele_alli36) February 3, 2015
MK Dons are having a great season, and with Alli in brilliant form, they should be able finish in the top two, although it may not be easy as Swindon Town and City are also doing well.