Shaquile Coulthirst admits he would love to be loaned out to another club for the remainder of the season.
The promising Tottenham striker recently enjoyed a successful spell with League Two side Southend United where he scored four goals in 25 outings.
The Spurs youth academy product, 20, thoroughly enjoyed his time with the Shrimpers and is determined to land another loan deal in order to continue his development in a first-team environment.
"The loan was the best experience of my career so far. I experienced what it was like to be in the first-team and also how it feels not being in the team and I think it's made me a better player," said Coulthirst, who has had previous loan spells with Leyton Orient and Torquay United.
"At this stage of my career, it's so important for me to experience senior league football. My main goal is to play for the first team here at Tottenham in future years, so anything that could help me get there is a benefit.
"Right now, I want to go back out on loan to another club. I just want to be playing football because that's the only way I can continue my development. Hopefully I'll be playing games and scoring goals somewhere for the remainder of the season."
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