Tottenham Hotspur defender Kyle Walker-Peters claims he is able to substitute the injured Danny Rose.
Rose has been affected by a groin harm and was pressured to withdraw from the England squad this week.
Walker-Peters: “I’m able to do an excellent job”
The 21-year-old is but to make an look this season for Spurs regardless of his breakout marketing campaign final time period.
Serge Aurier and Kieran Trippier have each been blocking the teenager’s pathway within the first-team.
Regardless of his restricted minutes at Spurs, Walker-Peters stays a daily characteristic for England Underneath-21s.
Now, with Danny Rose injured, Walker-Peters claims he is able to step up and take his probability.
“Hopefully it’s not too dangerous for Dan.
“If the supervisor at Tottenham wants me to play on the left then I’m able to do an excellent job.
“The gaffer is aware of what he’s doing. I think about what he has deliberate for me and when he offers me my alternatives I’ve to proceed to take them.
“He spoke to me at the start of the season which is sweet.
“He makes it fairly clear that if you wish to go and have a phrase with him, be at liberty to and query him.”
Danny Rose harm replace
Danny Rose has felt ache in his groin in opposition to each Huddersfield City and Cardiff Metropolis.
Following an evaluation with England, he determined to withdraw from the squad.
Nevertheless, PhysioRoom count on him to return to face West Ham United on October 20
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