Swindon Town are trying to make the best use of their relationship with Tottenham Hotpsur.
The Robins have already bolstered their ranks with by signing five Tottenham players - either on loan or permantenly.
Jack Bartham and Nathan Byrne joined them permanently while Massimo Luongo, Grant Hall and Alex Pritchard are continuing their education in a loan deal.
England U-20 international Pritchard is a prized capture for the Robins, who are looking to make another bold statement with the addition of another starlet Ryan Mason.
Mason, who spent last season's second half on loan at French Ligue 1 club had failed to get playing time in France.
He was highly-rated in Spurs quarters during that time and had made four appearances for them as well.
But his career had stalled at France, Mason will be looking to recapture his lost form with some regular playing time.
The option of reuniting with a bunch of Spurs youngsters might be beneficial for all parties involved.
Their understanding of each other's game might help to extract the best out of the aforementioned players as well.
Swindon Town finished sixth, in their first season nPower League One. They were targeting another promotion after winning League Two and earning promotion in their last attempt.
Swindon - who missed out on a spot in Championship after falling down in play-off's last season - are trying to secure a direct entry this time.
They are making their ambitions crystal clear by acquiring some talented and highly-rated youngsters on loan.
Attacking midfielder Mason, who played a part in Tottenham's Europa League matches last season, will be a morale boosting addition for the Robins.
Even though the player is believed to be in a higher level, Swindon faithful are hoping that they will be able to land the prized acquisition.
It is also reported that Tottenham coach Les Ferdinand, is one of the prime candidates for their managerial position.
If they can land Ferdinand, then it might help them to convince Mason to join the pursuit of Championship.
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