Spurs youth star scores wonder goal in England's U17 clash with Spain

Tottenham's Mikey Moore helped the Three Lions secure a 3-1 win over Spain in the recent U17 match.
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Tottenham have a number of youth prospects on their hands such as 19-year-olds WIll Lankshear and Jamie Donley, the highest scorer and assister in this year's Premier League 2 season, respectively.

However, an even younger face has now jumped onto the scene, and in his most recent showing he continued to inspire and impress.

16-year-old Mikey Moore, the youngest Spurs player ever to grace the pitch in Lilywhite, is looking like a potential player for Ange to train and make use of in the years to come.

This past season, Moore collected 25 goal contributions across all fixtures while primarily playing for the U18s (Transfermarkt). He even managed to jump into the first team on two occasions.

In the England U17's recent match against Spain, a successful 3-1 victory, Moore's contributions stood out, helping the team work their way to the UEFA U17 EURO quarter-finals.

Scoring in the 73rd minute, he helped put England up 2-1, extending his scoring to four goals in the tournament.

With all of the expected incomings and outgoings this summer, especially the arrival of 18-year-old Lucas Bergvall who can play in Moore's attacking-midfield role, it's hard to discern when and for how long the young Englishman will get to play with the first team this upcoming season.

Nevertheless, Moore has certainly proved that he's one to watch in the years to come.