Kyle Walker-Peters is on loan at Southampton from Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham Hotspur fans have responded to Kyle Walker-Peters’s post on Twitter, as the youngster prepares for Southampton’s match against Burnley this weekend.
Walker-Peters joined Southampton on loan from Premier League rivals Tottenham in the January transfer window until the end of the season.
The 22-year-old right-back will hope to be part of the Saints’ team for the Premier League game against Burnley at St. Mary’s Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The English defender has posted a tweet looking forward to the game, and some Tottenham fans have responded to his message, as shown below.
You’re more than good enough to get in the spurs team. Go prove it at saints and leave Mourinho with no choice next season.— Rob Keeling (@CurseRob) February 13, 2020
Danny Rose went to Sunderland and look how his career went. You can do the same!!— #FoythTurn (@MarkTho91202887) February 13, 2020
You a goalkeeper now chief? Good luck either way!— Sarcastic Spurs (@1882_nickolaj) February 13, 2020
Go on Kyle spurs fans know your quality. Be aggressive and do what you do best, put good quality balls into the box!— Pablo (@yngchipps) February 13, 2020
Good luck but hope you come back to Spurs soon— Andy (@Suffolk_Shadow) February 13, 2020
Good luck Kyle, you deserve it!— Muller A. Norbert (@drnorbertm) February 13, 2020
Kyle please smash it there and show @SpursOfficial and Jose what you can really do when given a fair chance. Would love for you to really push @Serge_aurier as our number 1 RB next season. We can all see you’ve got it in you.— James (@JimboGrill5000) February 13, 2020
Let’s go Kyle! So looking forward to seeing you play for us— the girl who lived (@DWTheDoctor) February 13, 2020
Come back stronger KWP, we know you can do it!— Malaysia Spurs (@MalaysiaSpurs) February 14, 2020
Progressing at Southampton
Walker-Peters is a very talented and promising young right-back who can only get better during his loan spell at Southampton.
If the 22-year-old gets to play regular first-team football in the coming weeks and months, then he will come back to Spurs a better and more developed player, and that will help him establish himself as a key figure in head coach Jose Mourinho’s team next season.
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