Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks has told the club's official Twitter account that he has enjoyed being around the first team - noting particular help from Ryan Mason.
In midweek it was a Malaysia XI that took on Mauricio Pochettino's men, before Spurs moved on to face Sydney FC in Australia on Saturday morning.
Tottenham won that game 1-0 thanks to a Harry Kane goal, just days after beating the Malaysia XI with two Kane goals - and Pochettino has handed playing time to some young players in the two fixtures.
19-year-old midfielder Winks started against Malaysia before coming on as a substitute against Sydney, continuing his development under Pochettino.
Winks is highly regarded at White Hart Lane, and will be looking to impress Pochettino enough to earn a place in the first team squad next season - just as Ryan Mason did.
Mason became a regular this season having come up through the ranks at Spurs, and Winks admitted that he has learnt a lot from the England international during his time around the first team squad.
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Mason has gone from a forgotten man at Spurs to being a player for youngsters to look up to - all in the space of a year. That will certainly give Winks confidence that he can follow in Mason's footsteps in the near future as Tottenham build a young side under Pochettino.