Tottenham starlet hailed by Stevenage boss Darren Sarll

PUBLISHED: 15:01 19 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:19 19 February 2018

Stevenage FC's Luke Amos curls in Stevenage's first goal from 25 yards. Picture: Danny Loo

Stevenage FC's Luke Amos curls in Stevenage's first goal from 25 yards. Picture: Danny Loo

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Luke Amos, Stevenage’s loan signing from Tottenham netted his first goal for Boro on Saturday during their 4-1 victory over Yeovil Town.

Stevenage FC's Ben Kennedy scores Stevenage's fourth. Picture: Danny Loo Stevenage FC's Ben Kennedy scores Stevenage's fourth. Picture: Danny Loo

The highly-rated 20-year-old who signed a contract extension at Spurs before he put pen to paper in joining the Lamex outfit until the end of this season, starred as Darren Sarll’s men grabbed a welcome three points against the Glovers.

Boss Sarll was full of praise for the forward who notched his first goal in professional football at the weekend, saying: “I think he has been terrific since he has joined, he plays out of position to what he does at Tottenham and it kind of suits him.

“The best loan players embrace their loan club and Luke has just epitomised everything that we want to be here.

“Lots of energy, very tenacious and his ability to receive and roll away from where the ball comes from is magnificent. It is a very difficult skill and he is terrific at it.”

Stevenage FC's Danny Newton scores from Ben Kennedy's cross. Picture: Danny Loo Stevenage FC's Danny Newton scores from Ben Kennedy's cross. Picture: Danny Loo

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