Versatile midfielder Josh Onomah enjoyed a breakthrough season at first team level in 2015-16.
Having initially made his senior debut in an FA Cup third round replay victory against Burnley in January, 2015, he made 19 first team appearances in all competitions during 2015-16, including a Premier League bow against Aston Villa in November, 2015, and a first start against Monaco in the Europa League a month later.
He also started six times for our Under-21s over the course of that season.
His first senior goal arrived in September, 2016, during a 5-0 home win over Gillingham in the EFL Cup.
Born and raised in Enfield, Josh has progressed through the age groups in our Academy set-up.
In 2012-13, he played 15 times for our Under-18s, scoring once against Manchester United, while he also featured for our NextGen side and the Under-21s, making one substitute appearance against Newcastle United.
In 2013-14, he made 17 appearances in the Barclays Under-18 Premier League, scoring three times, and played twice in the FA Youth Cup, scoring against Fulham. He also made three appearances for our Under-21s.
The 2014-15 season brought his first team debut against Burnley while he was captain of the side that reached the semi-finals of the FA Youth Cup, in addition to being a regular for our Under-21s. In all, he started 16 games for us in the Barclays Under-21 Premier League and played three times for the Under-18s, scoring in a 3-3 draw at West Ham United in August, 2014. He started all six games in the FA Youth Cup and, wearing the armband, scored against Blackburn Rovers and Chelsea in the first leg of the semi-final at White Hart Lane.
He has represented England at all levels between Under-16 and Under-21 - scoring on his debut for the Under-21s in a 5-0 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina in October, 2016 - and was part of the Young Lions side that won the European Under-17 Championships in 2014.
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