The 20-year-old has scored his first senior goal with loan team Stevenage.

Tottenham Hotspur have a rich history of bringing through young talent and currently have a long list of players hoping to break through to the first-team.

Sometimes that means spending some time out on loan, as is the case with midfielder Luke Amos.

The 20-year-old is a highly regarded player at Spurs but with first-team football unlikely at the London Stadium, he was sent out on loan to League Two side Stevenage in January – after signing a contract extension at Spurs.

It is his second loan spell away from Spurs, after a previous stint at Southend United, and today he really announced himself to the club’s fans.

Bartosz Kapustka of Leicester and Luke Amos of Tottenham 

Amos scored his first goal for the club, and his first in professional football, with an absolute pearler in the 4-1 win against Yeovil Town this afternoon.

Picking up the ball 30 yards out he hit a dipping shot from range to give his team the lead, as shown on this video from Channel 5 Sport:

The player himself was also very happy with the strike:

Amos, who is considered a defensive midfielder, is not expected to be scoring goals like this week-in week-out. But it certainly seems he has got more than enough ability to find the back of the net from distance with this sort of technique.

Tottenham fans will hope he continues to get game time and can one day score goals like this at the highest level.

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