“He’s a very talented boy” – Spurs loanee earns manager’s praise after fabulous debut

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur youngster Luke Amos has been loaned to Championship club Queens Park Rangers for the upcoming season. The young midfielder made his debut for the Hoops as they took on Oxford United in a preseason friendly on Saturday.

The 22-year-old had a dream debut in which he netted a brace and helped QPR to a 2-1 win. The Spurs academy product started the game for the Championship side and got some vital minutes under his belt.

Apart from his goals, his technical ability and the maturity he displayed impressed a lot of QPR fans as well as Spurs fans (Football.London)

QPR manager Mark Warburton has now raved about the Tottenham youngster after his first outing for his new club. The youngster, who has previously had loan spells with Stevenage and Southend United, has only recently returned from a long injury spell, and his manager was delighted to see him back on the pitch.

Speaking to QPR’s official website, Warburton said, “I was delighted for him (Amos). He’s had a tough time through injury, losing a big chunk of last season. It was frustrating for him.

“But he’s a very talented boy, and all credit to him for working so hard to rehabilitate. Spurs have looked after him and we have that responsibility to take on board moving forward.

“To see him play the hour that well, that strong and to get two goals as well with a smile on his face is what it’s all about.

“It’s great for him. He’s worked hard and I’m looking forward to seeing him develop in the weeks ahead. I’ve no doubt that there’s more to come from him.”

Spurs Web Opinion

Luke Amos is clearly rated very highly by Pochettino and his coaching staff but his recent injury problem have proven to be a big set back. At 22 years of age, time is running out for Amos is he wishes to make the grade at Spurs.

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