Will this be the breakthrough season for Onomah?

The plan with Dele Alli was to give him cameo roles in his first season, but such were his performances, that he became a regular starter in no time.

Harry Winks was given cameo roles this season, he started 12 games and was a substitute in a further 21 games across all competitions. he is another who took the chance offered to him and produced when it mattered. The 21-year-old (22 next February) scored against West Ham United and had an assist against Everton.

Josh Onomah is flavour of the month at the moment thanks to the England 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup win, some are calling for him to be loaned out and strangely suggest a Championship side. Pochettino, as we know, doesn't want to loan out his better youngsters, preferring that they learn his way to play rather than another coaches style.

Fans simply equate playing with developing it seems, as if no matter where and how he is taught makes no difference. Well it does. We have a high quality manager on our hands so why would we send him off to be coached by lesser coaches who may not seek to develop his game in the way that we would like.

When a player is loaned out there are aspects of development that are discussed between both clubs but that still isn't the same as a coach seeing a player and developing him in the style he wants.

This season we will see Onomah given more opportunities, Pochettino has already told the media that so it is clear he is not going to be loaned out. It is up to him  to take the chances offered and his World Cup win should give him the confidence to show us what he can do.

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