Tottenham look extremely rich on young prospects, far beyond the obvious names.
There has arguably never been a better time to be a young player at Tottenham Hotspur, in whom Mauricio Pochettino is famously willing to place his faith.
The likes of Josh Onomah, Kyle Walker-Peters, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Tashan Oakley-Boothe, Anthony Georgiou and Marcus Edwards have all been a part of a first-team squad in some form or other in the last two seasons, but who are the next crop pushing for inclusion:
A highly-regarded central midfielder, Skipp has been playing in youth teams far above his actual age for some time at Tottenham.
Last season, when he was still just a schoolboy, Skipp made 25 appearances in various competitions while representing the Lilywhites’ U18, U19 and U23 sides.
Neat and tidy on the ball and with intelligent positioning off it, Skipp has already racked up six games for the U23s this term, at just 17-years-old.
With Harry Winks showing how quickly a Tottenham midfielder's stock can rise - taking plenty of acclaim for his composed England debut recently - Skipp looks like he could be the next cab off the rank in that department.
Last November, Head of Player Development John McDermott said the teenager had “knowledge beyond his years” on the club's website and Skipp looks like a player to watch for the future.
An imposing centre-half who uses his aerial ability to pose a significant threat from set-pieces, Tanganga represented England’s U19 side for the third time in his career during the recent international break.
Japhet Tanganga of Tottenham Hotspur during the Premier League 2 match between Tottenham Hotspur and Sunderland at The Lamex Stadium on February 20, 2017 in Stevenage, England.
This past summer, the 18-year-old played a part in England’s Toulon Tournament-winning squad, where he featured in three games, often in a back three.
A part of Tottenam’s academy since the age of 10, Tanganga has gone on to make eight appearances across the Premier League 2 and Uefa Youth League campaigns this season and played for the U23s against Luton in the EFL Trophy as well.
17-year-old right-back Eyoma converted to his current position from centre-half last season, making the position his own at youth level for both club and country.
Timothy Eyoma of Tottenham Hotspur makes a break during UEFA Youth League Group H match between Apoel Nicosia and Tottenham Hotspur at Stadium Makarion on September 26, 2017 in Nicosia,...
That decision seems to have paid off as Eyoma started every game bar the final as England’s U17s finished as runners-up to Spain in the European Championships in the summer.
He is also currently with the same group in India for the U17 World Cup, and started the 4-0 win over Chile to kick off the Three Lions’ campaign.