Talented West Ham winger suffered a hamstring tear in training.
The prospect made his senior debut for West Ham in the Carabao Cup win against Bolton Wanderers in September and is widely seen as one of West Ham's most exciting youngsters but he is now poised for a spell on the sidelines, as reported by Football London.
Holland tweeted to confirm that he has undergone successful surgery.
Operation couldn’t of went any better, let the hard work begin . Thanks for the messages ❗️.— Nathan Holland (@hollandnathan_1) November 14, 2017
A direct and skillful player who has been capped by England at various youth levels, Holland has impressed for West Ham U23s following his switch from Everton in January.
So far this season Holland has scored three goals in seven Premier League 2 appearances for the Hammers, while he has also provided one assist and has featured in the EFL Trophy, with his displays indicating that he could soon be ready to step up to play senior football in some capacity.
Usually deployed on the left flank but also capable of having an impact as a right winger, there are high hopes for the 19-year-old at the London Stadium but it now appears that he will have to wait until 2018 before he is able to play again.