It seems that no matter what Troy Parrott does, it only adds more to his case that he should be more involved with the Tottenham first-team.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 14, 2019
The 17-year-old striker made his Republic of Ireland debut last night against New Zealand, and although the attacker was unable to get his name onto the scoresheet, Parrott put on a great performance for the Boys in Green, assisting Sean Maguire’s goal on the night to put Mick McCarthy’s side 2-1 up in what was to be a 3-1 win.
Will Parrott be able to break into the first-team?
And Parrott’s performance caught the eye of plenty of Tottenham supporters on social media, with lots of fans, not for the first time this season, beg the club to start the teenage attacker who is seemingly turning heads with those associated with the club.
Here’s what Spurs fans had to say about Parrott’s international debut on Twitter, with plenty of supporters begging the club to play him in upcoming fixtures…
Play him then
— joe (@Losgrantos) November 14, 2019
Get him involved and build from scratch! Throw out the moaners
— Me (@AlexiNorway) November 14, 2019
— (@Alderweireldx) November 14, 2019
— Mustafa L. (@MustafaLigor) November 14, 2019
Tottenham supporters were seemingly agitated that Parrott had yet to get a decent run-out in the Spurs first-team…
— Jake (@THFCJakee) November 14, 2019
Start playing him in the first team? Just a thought
— Daniel Woodley (@dwoodley1990) November 14, 2019
GIVE HIM GAME TIME
— Manny (@Mannythfc) November 14, 2019
How about give him an appearance
— Ryan Orchard (@Ryan_Orchard) November 14, 2019
As well as Parrott, fellow Tottenham striker Harry Kane also impressed last night as the England captain bagged a hat-trick in the Three Lions 7-0 win against Montenegro.