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.
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.