Photo: Exciting youth striker Shayon Harrison joins Tottenham first team training

Shayon Harrison has been involved with Tottenham's first team over the past week.

Promising Tottenham Hotspur youngster Shayon Harrison has been called into the first team set up for a training session.

The teenager was pictured competing for the ball in last week's session alongside record signing Erik Lamela and under-21 defender Cameron Carter-Vickers, who was also involved.

Harrison enjoyed a terrific season last year, netting 15 goals in 18 games for the under-18s. This included a hat-trick against Arsenal, and four goals in a single game against Chelsea.

The striker is just 18-years-old, and is a name to watch out for, especially considering the lack of depth Tottenham currently possess up front behind last season's top scorer Harry Kane.

Spurs are preparing for their Premier League clash on Monday against Aston Villa, currently without a manager after sacking former Tottenham head coach Tim Sherwood.

Harrison was a key part of Tottenham's FA Youth Cup side's run to the semi-finals of the competition last season, and started for their under-21 team last night against Chelsea - and went onto score twice in a 3-1 victory.

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