We’ve discussed the future of Tottenham’s loan star Alex Pritchard a lot of late and over the weekend he produced another moment of magic to make a return to White Hart Lane even likelier.

On a day when Spurs looked uninspired as they lost 1-0 to Aston Villa, Pritchard scored a brilliant long range solo effort to help his Brentford side to a 1-1 draw with Derby.

With neither Nacer Chadli or Christian Eriksen having any real competition for their places, Pritchard surely would be a welcome addition to the squad.



  1. we certainly need something personally i think yes its good to see academy players getting games but we need experienced players to pull this club together need a leader which we havent got both mason and bentaleb are not contributing these last few games times for the more experienced players to get a go i have pooch dosent go down the same track as a v b

  2. As a Brentford supporter you wouldn’t be surprised at our delight in having Alex Pritchard on loan. Apart from his excellent playing skills he has one other, seldom mentioned, very important attribute. – He is NOT injury prone. (Played in all games this season). From what I’ve seen he could certainly replace Ryan Mason.