Cambridge United have confirmed that they have extended the loan of Tottenham midfielder Jack Roles until the end of the season.
Meanwhile, fellow Tottenham youngster George Marsh has also extend his stay at League Two club Leyton Orient.
Tottenham Younsgters To Remain Out On Loan In League Two
Jack Roles A Bright Spark For Cambridge United
Initially join on a deal until the beginning of January, Roles has been one of the bright sparks for Cambridge United.
The 20-year-old has made 21 appearances in all competitions for Colin Calderwood’s side, scoring five times.
His goals have helped Cambridge cement their place firmly in mid-table, as the U’s are currently perched comfortably in 13th place in League Two, 13 points off of the relegation zone.
Speaking to the official Cambridge United website about extending his stay, Roles said: “I’ve really enjoyed my first loan in senior football so far, and I’m grateful to Cambridge United for extending my loan and for they chance they have given me.
“I’m looking forward to continuing my development in first-team football under Colin, and want to repay him and the club with good performances.”
George Marsh Extends Stay With Orient
Jack Roles is not the only Tottenham youngster to remain out on loan. George Marsh also committed to extending his stay with Leyton Orient.
Like Roles, it is also Marsh’s first loan spell away from Tottenham. He has made 18 appearances so far this season with Orient.
As a result, the O’s manager Ross Embleton his keen to help continue his development.
Speaking to the official Leyton Orient website, Embleton said: “I’m absolutely delighted that he has signed for the rest of the season. It’s fantastic for us as a club and for George and his development.
“We’re delighted to have him. From our perspective, he is a good player that we can have again for the second half of the season.”