Tottenham striker Troy Parrott has extended his contract until 2025 and joins Championship side Preston on a season-long loan.
The Republic of Ireland international has made four first-team appearances for Spurs, including two in the Premier League, and took part in his mother club’s recent pre-season tour of Asia.
He could compete to make his Lilywhites debut in Saturday’s Championship opener against Wigan.
Preston’s manager Ryan Lowe told the club’s website: “Troy is someone I’ve been following for a while.
“His work ethic is fantastic, his grip is a great fit for his style, but in the end we wanted Troy to score for us.
“We beat some great competition to get him. I’m really happy to have him on board, he would be a great addition. “
Parrott scored eight goals in 41 League One appearances for MK Dons last season, after having previously enjoyed loan spells with Millwall and Ipswich.
The 20-year-old, who has scored four goals in 15 caps for the national team, joins compatriots Greg Cunningham, Alan Browne, Robbie Brady and Sean Maguire at Deepdale.
He said: “I’m really busy getting to go, get in and see the place, meet the guys and get real.
“I like the sound of the way the team wants to play, they want to create a lot of chances which for me is really unquestionable, and obviously the Irish boys here help too.”
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