‘We will be talking a lot more’- Robinson makes prediction regarding Spurs youngster

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Former Tottenham goalkeeper, Paul Robinson believes that Troy Parrott will get plenty of rave reviews at Millwall once he finds his feet and gets a few games under his belt.

There was plenty of optimism from Spurs fans when the 18-year-old was loaned out to the Lions for the season, with some even believing that he could win the golden boot in the Championship.

The teenager did not have the best of starts to his time at the Den, having suffered multiple injury problems that saw him play no part in Millwall’s first eleven league games of the season.

However, the striker seems to have put his injury problems behind him, having started back to back games against Reading and Birmingham after making his Championship debut off the bench against Cardiff City.

While the Tottenham youngster is still yet to get on the scoresheet, he has shown glimpses of his quality and has earned the praise of manager Gary Rowett (London News Online).

Robinson is in no doubt that Parrott will win a lot of admirers as the season goes on.

When asked about the start the striker has had to life at Millwall, the former Spurs number one told Football Insider: “We know what an exceptional player he is.

“It is just unfortunate for him that Spurs have a lot of exceptional players already at the club while he is still learning his trade. There just wasn’t enough room in the squad for him. So I think it was a very sensible move to send him out on loan.

“To get his first start is massive and when he is fit he will play every game.

“We will be talking a lot more about him this season. He will get a lot of rave reviews for his performances and his goalscoring.

“It is a move that works for everyone. I think he will come back next summer, having scored a lot of goals and won a lot of friends.”

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