The Tottenham Hotspur youngster could have a big part to play in the coming campaign.
Tottenham's Joshua Onomah
Talented Tottenham Hotspur youngster Josh Onomah has been talking to the club website about the upcoming season and his new teammates, as he looks to build on what was a promising first season in the first team.
The 19-year-old featured in both matches on the club's tour to Australia last week, alongside new signings Vincent Janssen and Victor Wanyama.
Tottenham's Vincent Janssen in action with Atletico Madrid's Filipe Luis
“They‘re very good signings," Onomah told the Spurs website. "They’ve settled in really well, they’re good players to strengthen our squad and I look forward to hopefully working with them and also learning from them.”
With Wanyama operating in defensive midfield, and Janssen up front, Onomah would actually be playing somewhere in-between the two positions, in attacking midfield. But the two new arrivals are notorious for their work ethic and determination, certainly examples that will only be good for the academy graduate.
Juventus' Pol Lirola in action with Tottenham's Victor Wanyama
The England Under 19 star certainly seems to be a favourite of Mauricio Pochettino, with the Argentine giving him significant appearances last season.
Onomah played in 19 matches in 2015-16, having made his debut the season before, and the trick now will be becoming a more important member of the squad.
With a year of first team training under his belt and after impressing in the European Under-19 Championships, supporters are likely to see a lot more of Onomah in the coming season.
And the midfielder can't wait to push on, telling the Spurs website that he is hoping to achieve plenty over the next 12 months.
“I look forward to working hard under the gaffer and hopefully this season I’ll look to achieve a lot of things,” he said. “That’s the thing with football, you can always set new goals no matter what you’ve achieved previously so obviously we’ll see where it goes from here.”
Juventus' Mario Lemina in action with Tottenham's Joshua Onomah