Tottenham are in the midst of a horror fixture schedule as they prepare for a trip to Bulgaria for their Europa League play-off tie.
Spurs face potentially playing nine games in 22 games, with Thursday’s game against Lokomotiv Plovdiv their second of the run.
Jose Mourinho will field a strong line up in Bulgaria, with the game a one-off tie, but has left eight senior players at home, including captain Hugo Lloris.
Harry Kane will lead the line, due in part to Spurs’ lack of options up front, though a deal is being worked on to bring Gareth Bale back to the club.
Giovani Lo Celso is fit after missing Sunday’s deflating home loss to Everton on the opening day of the Premier League season.
He was joined by the likes of Ryan Sessegnon and Gedson Fernandes, who also did not feature on Sunday, and Dele Alli, who was substituted at half-time.
New coach Ledley King was on hand at Hotspur Way to help Mourinho with training.