Tottenham Hotspur have a number of exciting young players on their books.
With Marcus Edwards finally getting his breakthrough at Tottenham Hotspur this summer the 17-year-old could be about to make waves when the competitive action kicks off later this month.
But whatever the next 12 months have in store for the talented teenager, you can rest assured others will be hoping to follow in his footsteps.
One such player is 17-year-old Aramide Oteh, who will be hoping his progress over the next year sees him included in the pre-season training squad for 2017.
Oteh is a striker who scored nine goals in just 12 matches for Tottenham’s under-16s in the 2014/2015 campaign.
Last season he initially struggled for minutes at under-18 level but still managed four goals in 13 appearances (11 of which came from the bench) and this season he is expected to feature far more regularly and potentially step up to the under-21s if all goes according to plan.
It would be foolish to expect too much too soon from any young player but Oteh is highly regarded at Tottenham and he has the innate talent to ultimately succeed in North London.
In short, the conveyor belt of talent shows no sign of letting up at White Hart Lane and that is exciting both for the club and for the fans seeking long-term success.