HOPEFULLY SOMETHING to kick on from for next season.
This season did not go as planned for young Troy Parrott.
After making appearances for Spurs under both Pochettino and Mourinho, but as he was clearly not in the latter's plans, he took a loan move to Milwall in the Championship.
The move didn't have the same effect it had on fellow Irishman Jayson Molumby the year beforehand, and he was recalled after 11 games and 0 goals.
He then went to Ipswich in League One, where injuries didn't help his case at all throughout the course of his time there.
However, the 19-year-old who has lit up underage football finished the season perfectly, with a lovely goal against Fleetwood.
He then shared quite a personal post on his Instagram page, where he said that he gained some valuable experience.
He wrote: Season finished the way I wanted it to go the whole time but things don’t always go to plan. Plenty of learning experience and game time which for me is the most important thing. Big thanks to Milwall and Ipswich for having me and being part of my career and journey so far. Looking forward to what’s next."
Parrott will now return to Spurs, where another loan move is probably the most likely outcome.
Though with the side expected to hire a new manager for next season, hopefully it is one who is willing to offer gametime to young players, in which case we may see him get some Premier League minutes going forward.