The Tottenham Hotspur youngster looked impressive for the second string this week.
Tottenham Hotspur’s under-23 coach Ugo Ehiogu has been speaking to the club’s official website after he watched his team draw 2-2 with their Sunderland counterparts on Monday.
“Shilow Tracey looked a threat playing on the shoulder,” Ehiogu told tottenhamhotspur.com. “We’ve talked about how we can get him to be more of a threat and he’s seen the fruits of that labour.
“Hopefully he’ll take it in his stride and he’ll get confidence from that display.”
The teenager moved from the non-league club to White Hart Lane in January, and he was quickly tipped to be the next big thing. But in truth his was always going to be a much longer path to the first-team than the likes of Dele Alli.
Tracey started life in Tottenham’s under-18 side before moving up to the under-23s, operating predominantly on the right side of midfield this season.
His versatility had seen him previously turn out in a whole range of positions for the club, including at right-back, but after his latest showing it is clear he is more effective in attacking areas and he could ultimately be destined for a long-term role up front.