Date: 21st November 2016 at 7:11pm
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Here at Shoot! we endeavour to keep a watchful eye over the emerging talents in world football and keep you in the know in terms of who you should be watching out for in the years to come.

Having already showcased the talents of Tottenham up-and-comer Marcus Edwards, today we turn our attentions to one of his teammates.

Tottenham’s last-gasp win over West Ham on Saturday evening perfectly capped the Premier League’s return from the doldrums of the international break.

It was a day to remember for many Spurs fans, seeing their side once again break Hammers’ hearts. However, it was made all the more memorable for midfielder Harry Winks, who made his first ever Premier League star under the lights at White Hart Lane and bagged his first goal for the club, cancelling out Michail Antonio’s opener.

Winks looks to get Spurs going against the Hammers - Photo: Mark Leech

Winks looks to get Spurs going against the Hammers – Photo: Mark Leech

The No.29, who made his first appearance for Spurs in the Europa League back in 2014, impressed throughout the evening kick-off, never looking out of place for a minute, and held the hosts’ midfielder together alongside Victor Wanyama and Mousa Dembele.

The 20-year-old has already made four appearances for the North London side in the Premier League this season, although they have all been from the bench and have amounted to a total of just eight minutes on the pitch.

November has been a big month for the Hemel Hempstead born midfielder, having also made his bow for the England U21 side in a 2-1 loss to their French counterparts.

Having impressed all on his full Premier League debut, Harry Winks is most certainly one to keep your eye on over the coming seasons.

 
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