Date: 29th March 2013 at 3:41pm
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It has been confirmed that Jordan Archer has returned to Spurs, after spending the season on loan with Wycombe Wanderers.

Jordan, who will be twenty in two weeks time, has performed really well for both Wycombe and Scotland U-21s this season and has looked to be a very promising prospect for the future, as he appears to have the technique and temperament to step up the levels over the coming seasons. After spending much of last season playing in the Conference North, with Bishops Stortford, last season, a seasons loan to Wycombe, seemed a decent upgrade for a keeper so young and inexperienced, but he has received great reviews in his 29 games since he joined at the end of September, initially on an emergency loan.

With yesterdays news that Jonathan Miles have left the club on loan, the return of Archer, may well be to step back into the development sides, as our coaches look to evaluate what progress has been made whilst he was away, but would that be a sensible move, to bring back a player who was playing league football to put him into development football? If that isn’t the reason, can we speculate that there may be something wrong with either Lloris or Friedel and Archer has been brought back for cover? I suppose we will find that out tomorrow…