The 22-year-old could be loaned out if he fails to make a breakthrough.
The report claims that Spurs turned down loan proposals for the winger from the likes of Norwich City in the summer to give him a fair crack of the whip at White Hart Lane before deciding on whether to ship him out.
Big things are expected of the England Under-21 international after a stunning campaign with Brentford last season, but his charge towards the Spurs first-team took a hit this summer.
Pritchard suffered a nasty ankle injury while representing England at the Under-21 European Championship in June and his pre-season preparations were heavily disrupted.
The 22-year old failed to appear in any of the Lilywhites’ pre-season friendlies and only returned to full fitness a few weeks ago.
He built up his match-sharpness with a couple of appearances for Tottenham’s development team before grabbing his first competitive minutes with a late cameo in the goalless draw with Everton.
Pritchard will be hoping to make his mark in the coming weeks, having recently signed a new long-term deal, but he faces stiff competition with new signings Heung-Min Son and Clinton N'Jie adding to Tottenham's already substantial collection of attacking midfielders.