Tottenham Hotspur starlet, Luke Amos, has joined Queens Park Rangers on loan for the 2019/20 season, the club announced today.
Amos has been a part of the Tottenham academy since he was nine-years-old and made his debut last season under Mauricio Pochettino.
This came after Amos impressed during the 2018 pre-season tour, prompting Poch to promote him into the first team set up.
However, Amos’ joy was short-lived as the central midfielder picked up a nasty ACL injury that kept him on the sidelines for the rest of the season.
Amos is now back and ready to prove his worth to Pochettino by breaking his way into the QPR first team during his loan spell.
The 22-year-old sounds confident and determined to make this loan period count, after spells with both Southend United and Stevenage.
Fingers crossed that the Englishman can enjoy a successful and injury-free season at QPR, before returning to fight for a spot under Pochettino.
Luke Amos said in an interview with QPR: “It has been a tough nine months but I am really excited now. I haven’t wasted a day in that whole time. I feel physically fit and the next step for me is being back in games, and that is something I am looking forward to. I feel like I was hungry to succeed before – but now I am absolutely starving. It has been such a tough journey and I want it now more than ever. I want to enjoy my football, but that enjoyment comes from winning lots of games and playing lots of games, so that’s my target.”
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