Shaquile Coulthirst has claimed that he is eager to secure another loan move after returning to Tottenham Hotspur earlier this week.
The 21-year-old managed to score four goals in 25 appearances for Southend United, and he is keen to continue his development elsewhere as he looks to follow the example of fellow academy graduates Harry Kane, Ryan Mason and Nabil Bentaleb, who have all become key players for Spurs in the last year.
"The loan was the best experience of my career so far. I experienced what it was like to be in the first team and also how it feels not being in the team and I think it's made me a better player," Coulthirst is quoted as saying by Sky Sports News.
"At this stage of my career, it's so important for me to experience senior league football. My main goal is to play for the first team here at Tottenham in future years, so anything that could help me get there is a benefit.
"Right now, I want to go back out on loan to another club. I just want to be playing football because that's the only way I can continue my development. Hopefully I'll be playing games and scoring goals somewhere for the remainder of the season."
Coulthirst has only made one senior appearance for Spurs.