Harry Kane came through Tottenham Hotspur’s youth academy and spent four loan moves away before establishing himself as a first-team regular.
For some time, it was expected that Harry Kane would not fulfill his potential. His four loan moves did not bear fruit as Tottenham would have hoped.
However, Kane’s hard work would pay off and he edged expensive recruits to lead Spurs forward line. This is the target young Troy Parrott has set himself.
Jose Mourinho believes the young teenage sensation needs more first-team experience. The Special One believes a loan deal will help him get that.
Interestingly, Kane also spent time at Millwall. He made 27 first-team appearances for the Lions, hitting the back of the net seven times.
Parrott is optimistic about this next phase of his development which sees him follow Kane’s path.
“Hopefully I have a good experience and follow in the footsteps he [Kane] did – going back and playing in the Premier League,” he said as per Goal. “Hopefully I can really buy into it for the season I’m here.”
Parrott shared that he bought into Millwall manager Gary Rowett’s plans and hopes he can help them achieve their goals.
“I spoke to Gary and straight away I felt I had a good connection with him. I feel like I’m going to enjoy the way he plays and coaches. Just missing out on the play-offs, it shows how good the team is.”
“Hopefully I can help us push for the play-offs, or even promotion.”