Of all the promising teenage strikers on Tottenham Hotspur’s books, one gets markedly less attention than the others.
Everybody knows about 19-year-old Troy Parrott and Dane Scarlett who, at 17, has already made waves in Spurs’ senior side.
But less people are aware of Kion Etete.
Like Parrott and Scarlett, the 19-year-old has a hell of a lot of potential but his first foray into men’s football isn’t going brilliantly.
Fabio Paratici loaned the big hitman – who stands at 6’6, according to The Sun – to Northampton Town in League Two this past summer.
But after nine games in the fourth tier, Etete is yet to score a single goal.
A prolific scorer for Tottenham’s Under-23 side in recent years, the senior game is proving a big step-up in class for the club’s £200,000 signing in 2019.
He did score a brace in an EFL Cup win away to Coventry back in August, but is yet to find the net in a League Two game – after six starts and three substitute appearances.
With his height and physical power, the Spurs talent still has the potential to be an absolute nightmare for oppostion defences.
And it seems only a matter of time before manager Keith Curle finds the key to unlocking it on a regular basis.