The versatile Tottenham Hotspur player is making waves at that level.
Tottenham Hotspur’s under-21s put in a superb performance against title-chasing Sunderland earlier this week, with a Shayon Harrison hat-trick firing them to a 3-1 victory.
While the 18-year-old striker understandably took the plaudits, Will Miller’s contribution should not be understated, with the 19-year-old providing two assists on the night and looking a class act throughout.
Tottenham have so many great young players coming through the ranks right now that their fans would be forgiven for wondering who to get the most excited about, but in truth they should just anticipate a golden age at White Hart Lane with a manager not afraid to let youth shine.
Miller is predominantly an attacking midfielder although he can also play on either flank or as a centre forward if required and his superb vision was clear for all to see this week when he guided a perfect cross into Harrison’s path for his second goal of the night.
However, Miller was not done there, and his brilliant reverse pass in the second half gave Harrison the chance to complete his hat-trick and put the game to bed just when Sunderland were threatening to turn things round.
Miller will know that competition is fierce in the Tottenham first-team but performances like this will not go unnoticed by manager Mauricio Pochettino.
With three goals of his own at under-21 level this season, and considering his versatility on the pitch, the future looks bright for yet another Tottenham teenager.