Tottenham are preparing to make a January move for highly-rated Leyton Orient starlet Moses Odubajo, according to the Metro.
The 20-year-old winger is considered to be one of the most exceptional talents in the lower echelons of English football and has thus far torn apart League One during Leighton Orient's brilliant start to the season.
Spurs may have competition for his services, with Arsenal and Manchester United both reportedly keeping tabs on his development, but it's Andre Villas-Boas' who has identified the youngster as a definite target.
It could cost close to £3million to acquire Odubajo, but since he has been made aware of the interest from the Premier League side, he may himself push for an exit if at all possible.
Despite their substantial summer spending, Spurs, and more crucially Daniel Levy, have told AVB that he can spend money to strengthen in the areas he sees fit come January.
The Portuguese coach is rumoured to have already compiled a list of players he wants to bring to White Hart Lane and Odubajo, who can double up as a full-back when needed, is merely one of the names it comprises of.