Tottenham Hotspur have had a number of players who have come through the ranks in recent years who have gone on to have successful careers.
Harry Kane and Harry Winks have both gone on to become regular first team players for both club and country.
Kane’s rise to the top saw him have to head out of the door in North London to experience loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester City before cementing his place at Spurs.
Jack Roles was among the latest crop of academy players to leave Spurs on a temporary basis this summer when he joined Colchester United.
The 20-year-old midfielder was named as the League Two Player of the month for October following a series of impressive displays during the month (Cambridge United official).
Roles has been sidelined with a hamstring injury and has not featured since the draw against Grimsby on October 22nd.
His manager Colin Calderwood has provided an update on the fitness of the loanee, he told the Cambridge Independent: “Jack trained fully on Tuesday. He will certainly be involved in the coming games. He will have an introduction at some point on Saturday whether it is a start or by coming on but he will be back in the team.”
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