TOTTENHAM youngster Troy Parrott has travelled with the squad for today's Premier League clash with Leicester.
The forward, 16, has been promoted to Mauricio Pochettino's first-team squad and could even make the bench at the King Power Stadium today.
Getty3 Troy Parrott is in Tottenham's squad for the game with Leicester
Spurs are in the midst of an injury crisis and could rest a host of stars ahead of the crucial Champions League game with Barcelona.
Christian Eriksen is one star likely to be benched with Wednesday's game in mind, with a hatful of other stars on the sidelines through injury.
Now Republic of Ireland Under-19s international Parrott could make his first-team debut.
The teenager has played a number of times in Spurs' Under-23s – and is unlikely to be fazed by the step-up.
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Prior to his Ireland Under-19s debut, Parrott revealed he would not let nerves get the better of him.
He claimed: "I just focus on football, keep doing what I do and be the best for the team.
“It’s a good experience to play against bigger and stronger players because it makes me a better player but I don’t really think about it when I’m going into games.
"I just think about what I need to do well.”