Troy Parrott Unsure of His Future, Keen to Be Part of Ange’s Plans Next Season

Tottenham Hotspur striker Troy Parrott has admitted he’s unsure where he will be playing next season, despite a successful loan spell at Excelsior Rotterdam.

The 22-year-old has struggled to break into the Spurs first team and has been on loan since the 2020/21 season. This year, he’s impressed in the Eredivisie, scoring 13 goals and registering five assists in 30 games for Excelsior.

“I don’t know exactly what will happen,” Parrott told Voetbal Primeur. “I still have two matches here and then perhaps international matches, but I am looking forward to next season.”

Parrott’s impressive form has attracted interest from other clubs. In April, reports surfaced that AZ Alkmaar were keen on signing him as a replacement for Vangelis Pavlidis. The Dutch club have reportedly already made contact with Tottenham regarding a potential summer transfer.

Despite the interest, Parrott holds onto the dream of playing for his current club. “I’ve always wanted that, ever since I came to the UK as a boy,” Parrott said about breaking into the Tottenham first team.

The Republic of Ireland international has a contract with Spurs until 2025. Tottenham will have a decision to make on Parrott’s future this summer, with interest from other clubs and his own desire to play for the North London club.