Spurs' Harry Winks is keen to learn everything he can from England legend Wayne Rooney whilst he is with the squad.
Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks has undergone successful surgery on his ankle.
Winks was ruled out of England's World Cup campaign after playing only three matches since the turn of the year.
But the 22-year-old now hopes to be fit for next season following his operation.
Winks posted a picture of his left ankle on his Instagram account on Tuesday. "Op went well [and] ready to push on for pre-season," he wrote.
Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks has signed a new five-year contract.
Spurs on Thursday announced the 22-year-old has put pen to paper on a deal which keeps him at the club until 2023.
Winks has made 25 appearances this season but only three since the turn of the year, all in the FA Cup.
An ankle injury hampered him during the second half of the campaign, costing him a chance of a place in England's World Cup squad.
Winks is due to undergo surgery on the problem this summer and the club say they expect him to be back in time for pre-season training.
Centre-half Cameron Carter-Vickers, 20, has also committed his future to Spurs by agreeing a new contract until 2021.
The USA international spent last season on loan in the Sky Bet Championship with Sheffield United and Ipswich.
"I'm delighted to sign a new contract," Carter-Vickers told the club website.
"I've worked hard out on loan this season, trying to get as many minutes and games as I could. I feel like I've improved as a player and it's definitely benefited me.
Spurs midfielder Harry Winks suffered ankle ligament damage in their win over Burnley, the Premier League club have confirmed.
Tottenham face an anxious wait to learn how serious Harry Winks' ankle injury is after he went to hospital for scans