Quick, skilful, direct and tricky – just some of the terms used to describe pacy Tottenham Hotspur winger Jack Clarke.
The York-born wide man, who can also play as a central striker, has already crammed plenty into his fledgling career, including a reported £10m switch to Spurs and six England U20s caps.
But having spent the second half of the 2020-21 season on loan at Stoke City, where some of his 14 displays had Potters fans enthusing about their loan star, he's now back at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and eager to progress his career.
A product of the acclaimed Leeds United Academy, Jack was at Elland Road from 2008-19 where, after signing a professional contract in 2017, he made his first-team debut as substitute on October 6, 2018 in a 1–1 home draw against Brentford.
After several eye-catching performances in his 22 appearances, and having been named Leeds' Young Player of the Year for 2018-19, he made a multi-million pound switch to Spurs in July 2019, only to rejoin Leeds on loan for the 2019-20 season.
He made his Spurs debut on October 22, 2020, coming off the bench in the Europa League clash with Austrian outfit LASK.
But it's through loan deals that Jack has continued his footballing development in the Championship, including invaluable spells at Queen Park Rangers and Stoke City, where fans on social media hailed "the best loan player Stoke have had in a long time".
But with his Spurs contract running until 2023, he returned to the Premier League giants determined to make the most of his huge potential.