A semi-pro footballer who came to the UK as a teenage refugee from Nigeria has joined Spurs to help disadvantaged children.
At the age of fourteen, Ahmed Mohammad was sleeping on the streets of London, unable to speak a word of English.
Now, Ahmed plays for Hertford Town FC and recently started a new job as an Employment Adviser at Tottenham Hotspur Foundation.
In his new role he'll be supporting young people to find jobs - keeping them away from a life of crime.
Ahmed never expected he would be where he is today.
Sarah Ebanja, CEO of Tottenham Hotspur Foundation believes Ahmed will have a real impact on the lives of young people in the community.
Living in Tottenham, Ahmed is passionate about using his story to inspire young people.
Regardless of where his footballer career takes him, he's committed to his work at the foundation.