An attacker who mainly plays off the left, Nathan had loan spells at Rangers and Colchester United in 2015-16 before spending the first half of the 2016-17 campaign on loan at Peterborough United.
He played and scored in our Under-21s' opening game of the 2015-16 season - a 4-1 home win over Everton - before heading north to link up with then-Scottish Championship side Rangers along with Spurs colleague Dominic Ball.
He made 19 appearances for Rangers in the first half of the campaign, scoring once against Dumbarton in December, 2015, before returning to Spurs and making one substitute appearance for our Under-21s in the Premier League International Cup.
He then linked up with League One Colchester in February, 2016, and made two substitute appearances for them before once again coming back to N17.
Born in Bloomsbury, Nathan signed Academy forms for us in July, 2012, and made six appearances for the Under-18s in 2012-13, scoring in his first three matches. He also registered in the NextGen Series against Sporting Lisbon.
His goals tally hit double-figures in 2013-14 as he made 24 appearances for our Under-18s, scoring 10 goals. He also started both FA Youth Cup games - scoring again as we went out against Fulham - and stepped up with three appearances for our Under-21s.
During 2014-15, he played 11 further matches for our Under-21s and scored four goals. Among them was a stunning curler into the top corner in a 2-0 win at Fulham in December, 2014.
Nathan then got his first taste of Football League action when he joined League Two Luton Town on loan in the latter months of that season. He made 11 appearances for the Hatters during that period.
He was capped at Under-17 and Under-18 levels by England before linking up with Nigeria at Under-23 level during 2015-16.
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