Tottenham youngster Ryan Fredericks will decide his future at the end of the season.
Tottenham may be using a number of youngsters in their first team this season under Mauricio Pochettino, but they've also loaned a number of them out.
Jordan Archer, Grant Hall and Alex Pritchard are all plying their trade in the Championship with Millwall, Blackpool and Brentford respectively.
Additionally, right back Ryan Frederick is playing a part in Middlesbrough's push to get back to the Championship having played just three times for Tottenham in a seven year spell with the club.
Fredericks is on loan at the Riverside Stadium until the end of the season, when he will have just one year left on his contract at White Hart Lane - and he admitted to The Gazette that he will decide his future at the end of this season once he has held talks with Tottenham over their intentions.
"I’m really enjoying my time (at Boro) - all the lads, the area and the team," Fredericks said. "I can’t fault the club or the players in any way.
"Anything is possible in football and you never know what will happen at the end of the season. I’m a Tottenham Hotspur player and it’s up to them if they want to do something or not. I’ll speak to them at the end of the season and then I’ll have a clearer idea of what may happen next season," he added.
Tottenham have Kyle Walker manning the right back position at the moment, though recent speculation from The Mirror suggests that Manchester United are interested in signing him.
Recent signing DeAndre Yedlin is seen as the right back of the future, leaving Fredericks' long-term future at White Hart Lane in doubt.