Archer happy to learn from fellow Spurs keepers Friedel, Lloris

Jordan Archer is happy to learn from Tottenham senior keepers Brad Friedel and Hugo Lloris. His loan spell at Wycombe makes him one of the youngest first-team keepers in the Football League.

Jordan Archer is happy to learn from Tottenham senior keepers Brad Friedel and Hugo Lloris.

His loan spell at Wycombe makes him one of the youngest first-team keepers in the Football League.

Archer told the Scottish Sun: “Brad and Hugo have helped me a lot. With Friedel, I learn from what he tells me about his own experiences. The way I learn from Lloris is he’s only five years older than me.

“I’d like to emulate what he’s done, learn from him. But going to Wycombe has given me first-team games. I’m 19, so getting games is the most important thing.

“To be playing in the league at that age has helped my CV. The only other keeper playing at that age in the Football League is Jack Buckland and he’s done wonders. Goalies don’t really peak until their late-20s, so it’s all good experience.”

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