Andros Townsend is set to discuss his future with Tottenham this month as the youngster looks for assurances that he will be given a chance in the first team by Andre Villas-Boas.
Townsend has been one of a number of young players sent on multiple loans by Spurs, after Harry Redknapp got rid of the club's reserve set-up in 2009.
The 21 year old has spent time at nine different clubs since signing for Tottenham in 2009, but his loan at Queens Park Rangers this season was his first experience of the Premier League.
Harry Redknapp spoke at the beginning of this month about how Townsend could prove to be an important part of the Spurs squad when he returns to White Hart Lane this summer, telling reporters: "He is relentless.
"He just runs at you, runs at you, runs at you. He has been first-class. It's difficult for him back at Spurs. You've got [Aaron] Lennon and [Gareth] Bale there, so it will be hard for him to play regularly. He'll have his work cut out.
"But he'll be a good player for Spurs next year. He will go back there a better player. He has proved to himself what he can do. He has proved he can play in the Premier League."
With that in mind, the Evening Standard is reporting that Townsend will talk to the north London side when he goes back there, and will hope to fill a place on the left should Gareth Bale move into a more central role for Tottenham next season.
Townsend will travel with the England Under 21 squad to Isreal for the European Championships next month, which gives the winger the perfect opportunity to showcase his skills for Villas-Boas.
While he does reportedly want to stay with the club, he is hoping to be promised regular first team football.