Tom Huddlestone made his return from injury on Monday evening as Tottenham's Under-21 side secured a 4-0 win over West Bronwich Albion but it was Jack Munns that caught the eye.

The attacking midfielder made it five goals in his last three starts as he grabbed a brace at the Spurs training centre to help the north London club secure their fifth win in seven Elite Group matches.

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Jack Munns in youth team action for Jack Munns [Twitter]

There was also goals from Kenny McAvoy and Shaquille Coulthirst who had been involved with the first team squad at the weekend when he was named on the substitutes bench for the 3-2 loss to Liverpool.

Coulthirst scored the best goal of the game when he latched onto a long ball from Giancarlo Gallifuoco and smashed the ball past Luke Daniels. The young striker will be hoping that he can continue his impressive form in the youth ranks in order to push for a regular spot in the first team squad.

With Huddlestone and Tom Carroll, who came on against Liverpool, starting in midfield it was Munns who stole the limelight with two cool finishes.

The 19-year-old came through the Leyton Orient academy and has impressed since joining Tottenham two-and-a-half years ago.

His first came after good work from Carroll and Coulthirst, with the latter finding Munns in space inside the box and he made no mistake to sidefoot it into the corner.

His second once again demonstrated a natural instinct in front of goal as he blasted the ball into the roof of the net after being found by a wonderful pass from Carroll.

Munns spent one month on loan with League Two side Aldershot back in October but he did not make a single appearance and returned to Spurs in order to play in their youth sides.

Tottenham have promoted a number of youth players in recent times with the likes of Steven Caulker and Jake Livermore progressing from the academy into the first team squad.