Coach declared to use the 22-years-old boy to face Fulham clash as he impress everyone on training today

Tottenham Hotspur manager Ange Postecoglou has praised Bryan Gil, saying he can be “really important” for Spurs.

The Tottenham boss, speaking to football.london, says the 22-year-old has been “working really hard” in training and hinted he could play next week.

Spurs don’t return to Premier League action until Monday night, when they host Fulham at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

However, the Lilywhites then have a quick turnaround, heading to Crystal Palace just four days later on Friday night.

Meanwhile, Gil is now available after missing the start of Spurs’ season due to a groin injury which required surgery.

The Spaniard was on the bench during Tottenham’s win at Luton before the international break, but didn’t get on.

‘Great for us’

Now, with two games in the space of five days, Postecoglou will likely make full use of his squad.

In addition, the Spurs boss is already without Manor Solomon and Ivan Perisic due to injury.

When asked what role Gil could play in the coming months, the Tottenham manager said: “He can be really important for us.

“He’s one like I said the last couple of weeks it has been great to have him just working really hard at training.

“He’s missed all of this season so far and it’s well chronicled that we lost Ivan and Manor who play in that left-wing position. Having Bryan fit and available again is great for us.


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