Tottenham Hotspur have an array of talent in their youth system at the moment, with Oliver Skipp, Luke Amos, Kazaiah Sterling, Troy Parrot, and Shayon Harrison now beginning to emerge, to name but a few.

The latter of these young stars, Harrison, was recently sent out on loan for the remainder of the season, in search of first team football opportunities.

Harrison took the slightly unusual route of swapping England for Australia and the A-League.

He joined Melbourne City on loan, and the 21-year-old will be hoping to put past negative loan spells behind him.

During his time at Southend and Yeovil recently he only managed one goal in 27 league games combined.

Harrison will now be hoping to play his way into Pochettino’s plans for next season with a positive loan experience.

He talked to the Daily Football Show about Tottenham, his loan move, and what his plans are for the future.

He said: “It’s a big challenge for me coming so far away from home. I know the A-League is a very physical league, so I’m really excited to play men’s football.

“I think that’s the next step for me and I’m really excited.

“It was kind of a no-brainer for me, I just wanted to get the deal done and I know it’ll be a big challenge because I live so far away.”

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