One Tottenham Hotspur teenager has been speaking about another this week.
The right-back was named on the bench for Spurs’ Premier League clash with Bournemouth last weekend and Onomah has praised his fellow 18-year-old as he prepared for international duty with England’s under-19s.
Onomah is now featuring regularly for Tottenham’s first-team, making 19 appearances to date, and while Walker-Peters is yet to get his first taste of senior action he has the potential to be the future right-back for both Spurs and England, with the duo facing Georgia, Greece and Spain in quick succession this month for the young lions.
Speaking to tottenhamhotspur.com, Onomah said, “It’s great to have Kyle in the squad. I was happy for him to get on the bench for the first-team at the weekend and in terms of our squad as a whole, we’re all good friends so that should stand us in good stead.”
Onomah and Walker-Peters are just two of many exciting young players coming through the ranks at White Hart Lane right now, but they are among the cream of the crop and England fans should also be excited by just how far they could go in the game.