Tottenham Hotspur's group of loan players have been plying their trade across England and the continent with some getting their first taste of matchday action for their new clubs this week.
Spurs' loan players are spread out across the Premier League, Football League, Germany, the Netherlands and Turkey, with some of them younger players getting experience, others trying to earn a move away and some just looking to impress head coach Ange Postecoglou before a final decision has to be made on their future.
It's time for football.london to take a look at how Tottenham's eight loan players got on this week away from Postecoglou's nest.
We're going to start in the Championship where Joe Rodon is earning plenty of plaudits in the heart of Leeds' defence.
This week the Welshman gained praise for his role in keeping a clean sheet in the 3-0 victory at Millwall on Sunday, despite taking a whack to the head.
In Leeds Live's player ratings, the 25-year-old Spurs centre-back received an eight with the review: «Excellent. As limited as the hosts were, they did create problems for Leeds and had plenty of the ball in the away third, but Rodon played a critical role in keeping United noses clean. Read danger when it emerged, dealt with it and showed growing confidence as he gets to grips with new team-mates.»
Former Leeds defender Jon Newsome said of Rodon on BBC Radio Leeds: «Outstanding. Absolutely outstanding. Joe Rodon was man of the match for me. He got his head on everything. He was a different class, he really, really was.»
Rodon has started the past four Championship matches in a row for Leeds after coming off the bench late on for his debut at Birmingham.
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