It frustrated Irish football fans that we didn't get to see too much of Troy Parrott at Spurs this season, but we should be seeing plenty of the Dubliner at club level over the next 12 months or so.
It was confirmed today that the 18-year old will join Millwall on loan for the 2020/21 season, with the London side releasing a brilliant hype video to announce the signing.
He will be expected to do big things in the Championship, and will surely be eyeing a place in Stephen Kenny's Ireland squad if he can hit the ground running.
Speaking to Millwall's in-house media, Parrott seems like he can't wait to finally get some consistent first team football under his belt.
🤩 The new man has spoken...#Millwall
— Millwall FC (@MillwallFC) August 1, 2020
For me it was the crowd and the club itself. I've heard a lot of good things about the club and even when I watched the games this season, it takes the littlest thing to get the crowd going.
I just want to be part of something like that next season...
Harry Kane came on loan to Millwall, hopefully I can have a good experience and follow his footsteps in going back and playing in the Premier League.
Obviously where Harry is today, at this time of his career he chose Millwall and it was the right decision for him.
Hopefully I can push on, get some good experience and buy into it for the season that I'm here...
It's not hard to see that the fans want someone that gives 100% in every game. When I was growing up playing football that's the way I was, so I feel that I can fit in really well...
When I was growing up I always scored a lot of goals, and I think that's what has gotten me to where I am today. Hopefully I can add that to the team and push promotion.
You can watch the interview in full here.
Jayson Molumby enjoyed a fruitful season at Millwall over the last 12 months, playing a major part as they just missed out on the play-offs.
Parrott will be hoping to make an even bigger contribution, with Millwall in desperate need of more goals next season. Their tally of 57 goals in 44 games was the worst in the top half of the table, something the striker can certainly fix in the coming months.