Winger Kenny spent time on loan at two clubs in League One during 2014-15.
He linked up with Peterborough United at first, making his Football League debut against Rochdale on August 9, 2014, before netting his first senior goal in a 3-2 win over MK Dons the following week.
He made eight appearances for Peterborough in total before returning to Spurs and then linking up with Colchester United. He only managed one senior appearance for them before returning to Spurs once again and rounding off the season in our Under-21s side - memorably scoring past Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes as we drew 1-1 at Old Trafford in the Barclays Under-21 Premier League on March 10, 2015.
That was one of two goals Kenny scored in 10 appearances at that level in 2014-15, having scored five goals in 18 appearances for our Under-21s in 2013-14 - a campaign that also saw him named on the first team bench for our Europa League round of 32 first leg clash away to Dnipro in February, 2014.
Born in Waterford, he joined our Academy in July, 2011, and hit the ground running with eight goals in 22 appearances for our Under-18s.
He scored an impressive seven goals in nine appearances in the Barclays Under-18 Premier League in 2012-13 and hit three goals in three games in the FA Youth Cup. He also played in six of our NextGen Series matches during that campaign, scoring once, before making 11 appearances and scoring another three goals at Under-21 level.
Kenny has earned international caps at Under-16, Under-17 and Under-19 levels for the Republic of Ireland and is now a regular for his nation's Under-21s.
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