Tottenham Hotspur youngster Shayon Harrison has admitted that he is devastated to leave Melbourne City after a defeat.
Harrison left Tottenham to move to the Australian side in January, and he impressed in the A-League.
The Spurs man scored four goals in 11 appearances for Melbourne, with his displays earning him great credit.
However, Harrison was unable to guide Melbourne City past the first-round of the A-League Finals, as they were beaten by Adelaide United.
And Harrison admits that he is disappointed to be heading back to Tottenham after a loss.
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It’s been a pleasure to play for this great club, @melbournecity Devastated to go out at the very end like that. I’d like to thank all of the players & staff at the club for for making me feel so welcome from day 1. It was an honour to be able to work and play alongside you all. And to the fans that have supported the team & I the whole way through. I can’t thank you enough for making my experience such an enjoyable one in this amazing country. I’ve made memories that I’ll never forget, and friends that I hope to see again soon. All in which has contributed to developing me as a person. Thank you guys.
Whether Harrison will have done enough in Australia to encourage Mauricio Pochettino to give him a chance at White Hart Lane remains to be seen.
Harrison was once regarded as one of Tottenham’s brighter prospects, but he is now 21 and still only has one senior appearance to his name.
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