Tottenham youngster Troy Parrott has reiterated he does not know what the future holds once his loan at Dutch side Excelsior comes to an end this summer.

The striker has been speaking to Algemeen Dagblad about his time with the Eredivisie side and what may happen to him once his loan deal expires at the end of the season.

He joined them on loan in the summer from Tottenham, the latest in a series of moves away from Spurs in recent years that have seen him play for Millwall, Ipswich Town, MK Dons and Preston over the last three years.

His move to Excelsior has ben the most successful of those to date, with him bagging ten goals and four assists in 25 games in the league despite featuring in just 55% of the available minutes.

He’s also been shining for them as they battle in the play-offs to stay in the division, bagging three goals and assist in the semi-final two legs against ADO Den Haag.

A long-term stay at the club would make sense for him and the club but Parrott has reiterated again today that he doesn’t know what Tottenham’s plans are, after saying the same yesterday.

“My goal at the start of the season was to score as many goals as possible. I feel that Dutch football suits me,” he said.

“I enjoyed my first year in the Netherlands a lot, but I don’t know yet where my future lies. First two more games against NAC Breda, then possibly two more friendly matches with the Irish.

“Then I will think about my future during my holiday. Will I return to Tottenham Hotspur? I don’t know that yet either.”