The 20-year-old attacker is currently on loan at League One side MK Dons where he has scored eight times and registered seven assists playing as a number ten and a winger.


The forward was highly rated when he was coming through the ranks at Spurs but a difficult loan spell at Millwall and then at Ipswich Town derailed his career a bit.



He cited Spurs defender Japhet Tanganga as an example for him and stressed that his motivation is still to return to Tottenham and earn a place in the first-team squad.


Parrott stressed that his dream has continued to remain to make it at Tottenham and nothing on that front has changed despite a difficult spell over the last couple of seasons.



The Spurs loanee told The Athletic: “Japh and I went on our first pre-season tour together and he kicked on from there.


“My path’s gone a little bit differently, but I think the end goal for both of us is the same.



“Obviously it motivates me to keep going and keep doing the best I can do to get back there.


“I’ve had the dream of playing for Spurs since I was 14 and I first started going over there.


“I’ve always said that I want to play there, I want to play in that team.


“Nothing’s changed at this point. That’s still the goal.”


Parrott has made four senior appearances for Spurs but will only have a year left on his contract in the summer.