The club have four players in the England U16 squad - more than anyone else.
There is certainly a long line of talented English youngsters coming through the ranks, with Tottenham Hotspur one of the hotbeds of talents.
The likes of Harry Kane, Ryan Mason and Andros Townsend have made it, whilst Nathan Oduwa, Josh Onomah, Harry Winks and Tom Carroll are seemingly set to follow in those footsteps.
Even further down the age groups Tottenham have a plethora of talent – as highlighted by the recently announced England under-16 side for the upcoming Tournoi International in France.
The 18-man squad contains more players from Tottenham than any other team. Whilst there is three representatives from Manchester City and Chelsea, two from Fulham and one apiece from Brighton, Leeds, Fulham, Exeter, Brentford, West Brom and Wolves – Tottenham have four names on the list.
Defender Timothy Eyoma is joined by three midfielders in the form of Oliver Skipp, Nya Kirby and Tashan Oakley-Booth.
Of course it is a long way until these Tottenham talents start to make inroads into the first-team at White Hart Lane. However, it would not be wrong to take a note of these names and check on their progress in three years time.