By Harvey Byrne

Tottenham youngster Joshua Onomah has reacted on Twitter to an old picture of himself and Dimitar Berbatov, when the Bulgarian forward was at Spurs.

The official club Twitter page posted out a picture of the pair, asking fans whether they could name the youngster next to the recognisable former Tottenham star.

Onomah, then gave the game away a half an hour later, replying on his own personal Twitter account with an emoji to signify his embarrassment, alongside three laughing faces.

Berbatov, 35, is currently without a football club having been released after just one-year at Greek side PAOK in the summer.

He spent two years at White Hart lane, joining from German side Bayer Leverkusen in 2006 and leaving for Premier League giants Manchester United in 2008, a player who Spurs almost made a £20million profit on, joining for £10.9million and leaving for £30.75million.

Meanwhile, Onomah, 19, is just starting his career up at Tottenham.

The attacking midfielder has featured in 18 encounters for the club since making his debut against Burnley in an FA Cup tie in 2015 and even bagged his first goal for the team, in a 5-0 EFL Cup win over Gillingham this season.

In other Tottenham news, Paul Merson predicts Spurs against Bournemouth.