Three of Spurs' brightest talents have been recognised at international level.
19-year old Oduwa – currently on loan at Rangers – has made Keith Downing's England Under-20 squad in what is his first involvement in the national team set-up since the Under-18 level.
He is joined by Spurs first-team squad member Harry Winks for the upcoming games against Holland, Turkey and Germany in the Mercedes-Benz Elite Cup.
Josh Onomah links up with England Under-19s as Aidy Boothroyd prepares his squad for European Championship qualifiers against Macedonia, Finland and Italy.
The call-ups are recognition of three of the brightest prospects to emerge from Tottenham’s successful academy and hopes are high of first team involvement in the near future.
Onomah and Winks have been involved with the senior side all season but have seen limited game-time - with Winks’ Europa League cameo against Qarabag the sum total so far – but their proximity to the first-team is a measure of how highly-rated they are within the club.
Oduwa, on the other hand, has lit up the Scottish Championship with Rangers and has earned rave reviews for his exciting, entertaining style of play.
All three will hope to play important roles at White Hart Lane in the coming years, and with Mauricio Pochettino at the helm, there’s every chance they will.