Tottenham's Marcus Edwards and Manchester United's Timothy Fosu Mensah in action
Tottenham announced their squad for their tour of Australia on Friday morning, with the club set to depart for Melbourne to take part in Tuesday's friendly with Juventus and then Atletico Madrid.
It is a tremendous opportunity for several players who are yet to feature for the Spurs first team, and with several first teamers rested after international tournaments this summer, there is a real possibility that more than one of the club's most promising youngsters are given the chance to shine against top class opposition.
Below is a little information on the ten players included as part of the 24-man squad who are yet to make their Spurs first-team debut:
Luke Amos - The versatile 19-year-old has been making regular appearances in the friendlies at Hotspur Way, with the clubs other left-backs on or recovering from tournament duty. And he has impressed enough to get given a chance to head out with the first team to Australia.
Dominic Ball in action for Rangers with Kilmarnock's Craig Slater (L) and Greg Kiltie
Dominic Ball - Rangers fans will already know all about the defender/defensive midfielder, after he impressed for them on a loan spell last season. Would have hoped to get opportunities in defensive midfield before Spurs signed Wanyama, but now may get a chance in central defence before heading out on loan once more next season. One of the older players yet to appear for the first team.
Marcus Edwards - Arguably the current jewel in Tottenham's academy, the prodigiously talented attacking midfielder has the flair and dribbling ability that marks him as a potential star in the making. He's still just 17, but there have been reports that he has finally signed a pro contract after a standoff that looked like it could see him leave the club. He scored in the recent friendly over Rotherham, and the prospect of him featuring as part of the first team should be hugely exciting for fans, even if it is important (and difficult) not to expect too much from him too soon.
Chelsea's Tammy Abraham and Tottenham's Cameron Carter Vickers in action
Cameron Carter-Vickers - If Edwards is the attacking starlet in the youth teams, Carter-Vickers is the centre back who has been talked of as the most promising to emerge since Ledley King. More weighty words, but having captained the US Under-23 side despite being just 18, he is obviously a player of real promise. Has been name-checked by Pochettino in the past, and was in the match day squad last season for a match against Monaco.
Tom Glover - The Australian goalkeeper is a hugely promising 18-year-old who signed in 2014, and has been given the chance to take part with the senior squad in matches back in his home country. A regular for the Spurs development squad and someone for Aussie supporters in particular to keep an eye on in the future.
Tottenham's Shayon Harrison in action with Chelsea's Ola Aina
Shayon Harrison - Another player who was mentioned last season as a possible striker option if Kane had gotten injured, Harrison is another talented striker hoping to get the chance to feature as part of the first team. Will know that there is still room for a third centre forward in Pochettino's squad, and has the potential to make a claim as one of just two strikers on the tour. Scored against Rotherham.
Luke McGee - The 20-year-old has been regularly involved in the first team squad now, taking the place of third choice goalkeeper from Brad Friedel after the US legend retired last summer. Has featured already in high-profile preseason friendlies, and could be ready for a loan opportunity in the near future.
Will Miller - A versatile attacking player, Miler has been a regular in the club's Under-21 side, playing in a variety of positions. He has also captained at various age groups, and previously turned out for the England Under-18 side. The youngster's biggest opportunity at the club so far.
Tottenham's Kyle Walker Peters in action with Nottingham Forest's Luke Thomas (L)
Kyle Walker-Peters - Walker-Peters featured in last summer's first team friendlies, impressing with his ability to play at either fullback position. Just returned from England Under-19's European Championship campaign, he has the potential to be challenging for a first team spot over the next couple of years. Dynamic, attacking minded and very quick, could be given a loan to get match experience over the coming year.
Anton Walkes - A wonderful chance for the 19-year-old to work with the first team. Walkes, like many above, has done a job in the development squad in several positions, featuring 21 times last season. Primarily a central midfielder, a position where the club have plenty of talent in the first team and in the youth squads, his versatility makes him another handy addition for the matches against Juventus and Atletico Madrid, with the club a little short in both central defence and left back.