TOTTENHAM recalled whiz kid Troy Parrott from Millwall and sent him on loan to Ipswich because of his playing position.
SunSport understands Spurs were keen for the 18-year-old to play for a side that creates more chances to play as a No9.
That was not the situation at Millwall, where Parrott was largely used wide left – though he did get plenty of playing time.
All parties are believed to be happy with the compromise.
The highly-rated striker has made four appearances for Spurs with his last coming in their FA Cup defeat to Norwich last season in March.
Parrott joined Millwall on a season-long loan but Spurs decided to pull the plug on this move by recalling him.
The Irish youngster made 14 appearances for the Championship side but rarely featured in his favoured position.
Instead Parrott has gone straight back out on loan to League One side Ipswich as he looks to help them reach the play-offs.
Parrott told iFollow Ipswich: “I’m really happy to be here.
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“There are some good players here and I’m looking forward to the second half of the season.
“It was great to get out for my first training session this morning and the lads gave me a really nice welcome.
“I love a challenge and I want to be part of something. I’m excited to get going and I want to score some goals for this club.”