Tottenham youngster vows to work hard as he heads back to his club.
Tottenham's Joshua Onomah celebrates scoring their first goal
Onomah, 19, is returning to his club for the remainder of pre-season, and made a vow to push himself.
Onomah made his debut for Spurs in 2014/15 in a brief substitute appearance, and earned even more chances last season.
The teenager made eight Premier League appearances as a substitute, and will be determined to get a starting spot this upcoming campaign.
Tottenham's Joshua Onomah and Forest's Joe Worrall in action
Playing tournament football with England's under-19 can only be to his benefit, and he will hope there is still a chance he has a spot on the club's upcoming tour to Australia.
With Nacer Chadli and Clinton N'Jie potentially on their way out of the club and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou on his way in, there may be a spot for Onomah this season ahead.
Last season he benefited from Alex Pritchard's injury, and Onomah may have to prove in pre-season that he deserves the focus from head coach Pochettino, rather than his fit again teammate.