What a year 2019 was for young Troy Parrott, both at club level with Tottenham and at an international level with the Republic of Ireland.
It started as the teenager was not only invited onto the pre-season tour by Mauricio Pochettino, but also named in multiple starting XIs.
It is safe to say that the striker impressed the fans and manager alike, and was later rewarded by being named in the club’s Champions League squad.
Parrott made his full Spurs debut against Colchester United in the Carabao Cup, before making his Premier League debut off the bench.
Not only this, but Troy was called up to the Republic of Ireland U21 side for the first time, scoring three in two games, before being named in the senior squad.
The Evening Standard have now revealed that Spurs are hopeful that Parrott will sign a new long-term deal after his 18th birthday next month.
The Irishman has 18 months remaining on his current deal in North London, so Spurs will be keen to tie him down for the long haul.
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