By Harvey Byrne
Tottenham youngster Connor Ogilvie has aired his delight on Twitter on Tuesday after agreeing a loan return to Stevenage until the end of the season.
The 20-year-old defender spent the first half of the 2015-16 campaign with the League Two side, but he has waited an entire year before returning to the Hertfordshire based club.
He was highly regarded with the team and featured 24 times in all competitions, bringing a return of one goal and two assists.
He has since since featured in the Spurs’ Under-23s team with little opportunity coming for him in the senior side.
Now, Ogilvie is keen to see a return to first team football and shared on his personal Twitter account on Tuesday that he was excited to see out the season with Stevenage.
— Connor Ogilvie (@Connor_Ogilvie) January 24, 2017
Stevenage are currently enduring a poor run of form in League Two with one win and five defeats from their previous six encounters.
The run has left the club languishing in 15th place in the English third tier and Ogilvie will now be keen to help the side improve.
The youngster could make his return to Stevenage side as soon as Saturday, where they will be hosting Grimsby at Broadhall Way.
In other Tottenham news, Spurs are close to sealing this £2.8million transfer.